Provision of Integrated, High-Quality Community- and Facility-Based HIV and Tuberculosis (TB) Services in Namibia Project
IHN is implementing the Provision of Integrated, High-Quality Community- and Facility-Based HIV and Tuberculosis (TB) Services in Namibia project under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) in //Kharas and Hardap regions.
Project objectives include:
Strengthening HIV case finding and linkage to care services;
Strengthening continuity of adult and paediatric HIV/TB care and treatment;
Strengthening quality management systems and continuous quality improvement initiatives;
Strengthening maternal, neonatal, and child health services; strengthen HIV prevention services;
Strengthening strategic information services for sustained HIV response.
The five-year project will contribute to the country’s capacity to provide high-quality, comprehensive, and integrated health facility- and community-based HIV prevention, care, and treatment services. This is aimed at achieving and sustaining the 95-95-95 targets and epidemic control in Namibia and reduce HIV/TB-related morbidity and mortality. In the process, IHN will enhance individual and health system institutional capacity for HIV/TB response and strengthen the health system to provide quality data and increase data-driven oversight within CDC-supported national and regional programs.