"It's Not Like Taking Chocolates": Factors Influencing the Feasibility and Sustainability of Universal Test and Treat in Correctional Health Systems in Zambia and South Africa
BACKGROUND: Sub-Saharan African correctional facilities concentrate large numbers of people who are living with HIV or at risk for HIV infection. Universal test and treat (UTT) is widely recognized as a promising approach to improve the health of individuals and a population health strategy to reduce new HIV infections. In this study, we explored the feasibility and sustainability of implementing UTT in correctional facilities in Zambia and South Africa.
Living on the frontline: How community health workers can help plug service delivery gaps in rural communities
Women's (health) work: A population-based, cross-sectional study of gender differences in time spent seeking health care in Malawi
Health Systems Trust (HST) is a leading force in the South African public health arena. Established in April 1992 on the brink of democracy in South Africa, HST has played a significant role in the evolution of the new national health system. With a founding mandate to support the development of the post-apartheid health system, HST’s scope of operation ranges from regional and national levels, through provinces, districts and facilities and into communities, and is expanding into the southern African region.