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Published evidence for client-managed groups

Data from client-managed group models shows improved client outcomes with qualitative evidence supporting reduced costs and increased time savings. Editorials relating to client-managed groups, the utilization of expert clients as…

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MSF ART adherence club toolkit

MSF guideline (October 2014) describing the ART adherence club (AC) model, its outcomes and how to implement the AC model together with implementation tools. These include client information materials, 2-monthly…

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TASO report on the CDDP model

A report by The AIDS Support Organization (TASO) describes the Community Drug Distribution Points (CDDP) model and the implementation steps, together with outcomes and challenges.

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Reports on lay human resources for home ART refill delivery

Two reports commissioned by the Capacity Project and USAID examine the utilization of lay human resources for home ART refill delivery in Uganda. The first (2006) details the human resources…

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Retrospective review of task-shifting community-based programmes

A 2016 report by the United States Agency for International Development looked at task-shifting community-based programmes supporting ARV treatment in Uganda. It describes both the Kitovu mobile service and the…

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MSF report on antiretroviral therapy for mobile populations

MSF report and toolkit describing an ART model of care provided to mobile populations on the border between South African and Zimbabwe together with outcomes. Annexures include implementation tools, such…

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Published evidence for facility-based individual models

The limited evidence for facility-based individual models suggests increased cost effectiveness for the health system, improved quality of care and improved client outcomes.

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Published evidence for health care worker-managed groups

Evidence on health care worker-managed groups highlights improved client outcomes, both at individual sites and at scale, and suggests benefits to other client groups, including children, their caregivers and clients…

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