Early infant diagnosis point-of-care device provides early HIV diagnosis in children
Mentor Mothers promote the birth of HIV-uninfected children in Quelimane.
Novel Strategy Improves the Identification of People Living with HIV in Namacurra
Key to Adherence: Community
The Impact of Community-Based Information, Education and Communication Initiatives and Importance of Community Adherence Support Groups Abudo Nicuacua was diagnosed with HIV in 2006. Today, Abudo is an antiretroviral treatment (ART) adherence role model, but this was not always the case.
Health Counselors Improve Patient Satisfaction in Quelimane
Health Counselors Improve Patient Satisfaction in Quelimane Farias Fernando Romane recently moved from the Coalane neighborhood to Canecos, within Quelimane District. The move meant that he also changed the health facility where he receives HIV care. When our team met him, it was only his second visit to 24 de Julho Health Center. He was already pleased with the quality of care he has been receiving.
Traditional Birth Attendants Encourage Institutional Deliveries in Zambézia Province
VIDEO: Medical Equipment Arrives in Mozambique
Last year, the Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health (VIGH) and Friends in Global Health (FGH) worked together to collect a container full of donated medical supplies, and had it shipped to the Provincial Health Department located in the Zambézia Province of Mozambique. In October 2016, the container arrived in the port of Quelimane. Together with Project C.U.R.E.
VIDEO: For mother and daughter, life is not as it used to be: It is much better!
This story was originally published in May of 2016. You can read it here. The video version was released in December and was produced by Rui Esmael. &amp;amp;amp;lt;/a&amp;amp;amp;gt;