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AIDSFree Nigeria Assessment of Infection Prevention and Control and Health Care Waste Management

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AIDSFree

In developing countries including Nigeria, health care waste management (HCWM) has not received the attention it deserves, and as a result, hazardous medical wastes are handled and disposed of with general municipal waste—at great risk to the health of clinic service providers, environmental health officers, waste handlers, the public, and the environment.

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Nigeria Infection Prevention and Control and Health Care Waste Management Training Manuals

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Strengthening High-Impact Interventions for an AIDS-free Generation (AIDSFree)

This collection of manuals is designed to provide information and assistance to anyone involved or interested in infection prevention and control. It consists of a manual on supply chain management of an infection prevention and control logistics system and handbooks on healthcare waste management as an infection prevention and control measure for waste handlers and health workers. 

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Matching Supply with Demand: Scaling Up Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision in Tanzania and Zimbabwe

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AIDSTAR-One

In order to improve voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) service uptake and target demand creation activities more effectively, clients currently accessing and receiving VMMC services should be better characterized by their demographic, socioeconomic, and sexual risk behaviors.  This case study of VMMC programs in the Iringa Region of Tanzania and Zimbabwe describes both the age distribution of clients accessing different VMMC services in both areas and the demand creation and supply side activities that country programs have implemented to increase service uptake by target clients.

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Report: Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Pilot Curriculum Assessment, Kenya

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AIDSTAR-One

In February 2011, AIDSTAR-One, with support from the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation (MOPHS), piloted a training curriculum in Kenya that aims to address water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) issues at health facilities to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV and their families. This report summarizes the results of that assessment.

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