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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_...


Child Protection Case Management Training Manual

The Government of Malawi, Eds.: PEPFAR; UNICEF, (2017)


This five-day child protection case management training manual was developed to meet the needs of community child protection workers and other social workers working in tandem with the justice, health and law enforcement systems in Malawi.
http://www.socialserviceworkforce.org/system/files...


Child Protection Case Management Training Manual. Booklet

The Government of Malawi, Eds.: PEPFAR; UNICEF, (2015)


The booklet includes a number of child protection case management forms to be used in tandem with the Training Manual and Framework.
http://www.socialserviceworkforce.org/system/files...


Child Protection Case Management Framework

The Government of Malawi, (2015)


This framework has been developed with the aim of providing standard procedures, assessment and planning tools, and guidance in the delivery of case management services. As Malawi moves forward to build a holistic child protection system, case management will serve as a core anchor and a mobilizing force for child protection.
http://www.socialserviceworkforce.org/system/files...


SADC Regional Humanitarian Floods Appeal in Response to Tropical Cyclone IDAI

Southern African Development Community, (2019)


The floods caused by the Tropical Cyclone IDAI has affected 3 million people in the Republics of Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe leaving 839 people dead, and this figure continued to rise as the rains stopped and water subsided. To date, over 201,476 people (Table 1) have been displaced and about 317 camps established. A total of 2,347 people have been reported injured and over 300 people are still missing in the affected countries.
https://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/re...


Malawi Nutrition Situation Update Issue #31 - March 2019

UN Children's Fund UNICEF, (2019)


4,462 children aged 6 to 59 months with Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) received lifesaving treatment in OTP centres and NRUs. 11,296 children aged 6 to 59 months with Moderate Acute Malnutrition (MAM) treated in the SFP centres. 3,342 Pregnant and Lactating Women (PLW) with MAM received supplementary feeding. 2% increase in SAM Admissions observed in February 2019 compared with February 2018. 4% decrease in MAM admissions (specifically for children 6 to 59 months) in February 2019 compared to February of 2018.
https://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/re...


Malawi: Floods - Situation Report No. 3 (as of 7th April 2019)

Government of Malawi, UN Resident Coordinator for Malawi, (2019)


Relief assistance has been deployed to affected districts. 12 UN agencies with over 90 partners have assisted over 90,000 households, affected by the floods • Surge support has arrived in-country to support critical sectors, including shelter and displacement tracking, protection, coordination, early recovery and logistics. • Emergency Operations Centres were established in Lilongwe and Blantyre to better support and coordinate the on-going response.
https://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/re...


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