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 Challenge Facility for Civil Society

Stop TB Partnership: Challenge Facility for Civil Society Round 10 Project Project Title Improve advocacy, communication and community monitoring in KAPs(Urban poor) by engaging stakeholders to meet UNHLM 2022 targets in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Objective Improve care seeking among urban poor Improve patient-provider interactions and community TB service monitoring.   Geographic...

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 Introducing New Tools Project

Introduce and strengthen the use of connectivity solutions for TB diagnostic instrument networks in Ethiopia. 336 GeneXpert machines are successfully connected through the LabXpert system and are transmitting real-time data 14,000 SMS text result notifications were transmitted in real-time for designated clinical decision units LabXpert connectivity system helps to monitor...

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 USAID Eliminate TB Project

Objective 90% TB cases identified in the intervention areas through improved contribution of community in TB case finding  90% of key population in the area is identified and screened for TB 95% of the detected TB cases in the community are treated   Geographic Coverage SNNPR Hadiya Zone & Sidama Region...

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USAID Urban TB Local Organizations Network Activity I

USAID Urban TB LON project was launched virtually on Tuesday, September 29, 2020. REACH-Ethiopia and its Consortium implement Urban TB Local Organizations Network (LON) project.Urban TB LON has been awarded to REACH-Ethiopia by The United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The project aims to strengthen the community contribution on...

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USAID Eliminate TB/MSH

Project launching workshop was conducted in March 11/2021 at Hawassa town in the presence of all relevant stakeholders. Invited participants from Sidama Regional health bureau, SNNP Regional health bureau, Hadiya Zone health department, All 20 project implementing woredas health office, MSH head office and regional office staffs, REACH Ethiopia head...

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USAID Challenge TB

REACH Ethiopia launched new project entitled “Strengthening Contact Investigation through Health System intervention” which is sub granted from USAID Funded KNCV/Challenge TB, project.The meeting was started by welcoming speech done by Mr.Gemeda Bora Executive Director of REACH Ethiopia to the participants and honorable guests. Mr. Derese Dessalegn during his opening...

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Tuberculosis-NIPH Project

Ethiopia is one of high-burden country for tuberculosis, with an estimated annual incidence of 224 per 100,000 populations. Despite high directly observed treatment, short-course (DOTS) coverage and continued control efforts, tuberculosis prevalence studies in Ethiopia have indicated that many tuberculosis cases are not detected. The same is true for SNNPR,...

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E-health Project

Applied research on Health Extension Workers using e-health to strengthen equitable health systems in Southern EthiopiaThe E-health project aims to engage HEWs using e-health to strengthen equitable health systems in Sidama zone in Southern Ethiopia by improving the current health management information system (HMIS) and service quality in the community....

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The REACHOUT project aims to maximize the effectiveness, and efficiency of close-to-community (CTC) services in six countries: Mozambique, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Bangladesh, and Ethiopia. The project is supported by the European Union. The website for REACHOUT is: www.reachoutconsortium.org and links may be found on this to our research findings and...

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TB REACH PROJECTTB REACH, established in 2010 with leadership of Global Affairs Canada, has funded ground-breaking approaches and technologies aimed at increasing the number of people diagnosed and treated for TB, decreasing treatment time and improving treatment success rates. TB REACH combines fast-track, results-based financing and rigorous, external monitoring and...

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REACH Ethiopia grew out of a TB project that started in 2010. This project introduced an innovative community package that engaged health extension workers (HEWs) to increase TB case detection and treatment adherence.
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