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Meilleures pratiques en matière d’intégration des services de soins TB et VIH/Sida; Expérience de cinq pays : Bénin, Cambodge, Kenya, Malawi et Rwanda

Eliud Wandwalo, Management Sciences for Health Claire Moodie, Management Sciences for Health Yared Kebede Haile, KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation Amos Kutwa, KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation Odile Ferroussier, Union internationale contre la tuberculose et les maladies respiratoires Chawalit Natpratan, Family Health International, (2010)


Dans la plupart des pays, les services de lutte contre la tuberculose (TB) sont décentralisés jusqu’aux dispensaires les plus périphériques et souvent au sein même des villages et des quartiers. Par contre, les services de lutte contre le VIH/Sida sont généralement beaucoup plus centralisés parce que la diffusion des soins, notamment de la thérapie antirétrovirale (TARV), n’a commencé qu’assez récemment. De ce fait, les patients qui ont besoin d’un traitement à la fois contre la tuberculose et le VIH/Sida peuvent être obligés de se rendre dans deux établissements distincts et ainsi d’avoir à parcourir de longues distances pour accéder aux soins. L’absence de services intégrés TB/VIH peut provoquer des retards dans le diagnostic et le traitement, et même se traduire par un mauvais suivi des traitements, voire par des interruptions. Par ailleurs, les patients ont à supporter la charge financière des frais de déplacement et des autres coûts indirects, tels que de longs temps d’attente et une perte de revenu
https://www.challengetb.org/publications/tools/tb_...


HIV Country Profile: 2017 - Cambodia

World Health Organization (WHO), (2017)


HIV Country Intelligence - HIV Country Profiles
http://cfs.hivci.org/country-factsheet.html#


Cambodia: Disaster Management Reference Handbook

Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance, (2017)


Cambodia drafted and adopted the National Action Plan for Disaster Risk Reduction 2014-2018 in 2014. This plan finalized the required policies and legal processes to strengthen DRM in Cambodia. It also focused on capacity building at national and sub-national levels and provided dedicated resources for strengthening the NCDM and the Sub-National Committees for Disaster Management. Cambodia’s legislature then passed the Law on Disaster Management in June 2015. This legal framework for disaster management assigns legally binding roles and responsibilities, establishes institutions, and assists with the allocation of resources and coordination. NCDM is Cambodia’s lead government agency for emergency preparedness and relief. The NCDM provides the overall leadership of the Plan of Action for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) coordination in Cambodia. Cambodia has adopted the Cambodia Red Cross (CRC) as the primary partner for relief operations.
https://www.cfe-dmha.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket...


Preparing for disasters: Typhoon and Cyclone (Khmer Version)

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), (2012)


A road to resilience in Southeast Asia
This comic book is a children-friendly tool to support school safety, to raise awareness and preparedness for typhoon and cyclone.
http://www.rcrc-resilience-southeastasia.org/wp-co...


Increasing equity in health service access and financing: Health strategy, policy achievements and new challenges

Annear, Peter Leslie; Veasnakiry, Lo; Momoe Takeuchi, Eds.: World Health Organization (WHO), (2016)


Policy note: Cambodia Health Systems in Transition.
The health system includes a mix of public and private providers. The use of private providers is much greater among the wealthy, while the use of informal-sector health providers is greater among the poor. Due to these circumstances there is considerable scope to establish appropriate public-private cooperation and to reinforce the regulatory mandate of the Ministry of Health (MOH).
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/24...


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