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A map showing ECHO sites in Tanzania in 2021.

Ciheb Leads Nationwide Expansion of HIV Technical Assistance in Tanzania

The CDC brought UMB via Ciheb Tanzania on as an implementing partner to expand a telementoring healthcare initiative called HIV Clinical ECHO Clinic. Since 2018, Ciheb has expanded it to all regions of Tanzania and increased the number of independently functioning hubs.

A graphic that says End T-B and World T-B Day 2021 with a map of Botswana with the flag.

Traveling the Last Mile Toward Tuberculosis Epidemic Control in Botswana

On World Tuberculosis Day (March 24, 2021), Ciheb celebrates Botswana’s progress in combatting TB. Ciheb, through the Accelerating Botswana through the Last Mile of Epidemic Control (ABLE) project, is also helping to further that progress.


A sign of the Mathari National Teaching and Referral Hospital.

Kenya Expands Treatment for People Who Inject Drugs

In Nairobi County, Kenya, health authorities have taken ground-breaking steps toward reducing the spread of HIV among people who inject drugs.


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Optimizing Data Quality in Tanzania

Tanzania has made considerable advancements in establishing national and integrated health information systems using the District Health Information Software 2 (DHIS2) platform.


A woman sits while wearing a red shirt and blue face mask. Another woman wearing a black shirt stands next to her with a blue face mask on and holds a yellow piece of paper with drawings on it.

Art Therapy Helping to Overcome the Challenges of HIV in Kenya

Ciheb in Kenya staff working on the PACT Endeleza project have identified art therapy as a method to help child and adolescent people living with HIV to address psychosocial and emotional issues.


A man wearing a face mask and a white coat holds up a stand against smoking pamphlet.

Study Focuses on Smoking Cessation in Kenya

Ciheb in Kenya is leading a five-year smoking cessation study among HIV-infected people in Nairobi, Kenya. The study is examining how combinations of pharmacological and behavioral interventions may improve the chances of maintaining long-term smoking abstinence.


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