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ICAP-supported HIV care and treatment services in Rwanda. Number of ICAP-supported facilities by USG-funded activity, Rwanda. Source: ICAP Rwanda Site Census, August 2007. Cumulative enrollment in HIV care (pre-ART and ART) & ART care at ICAP-supported facilities, July 2004 – June 2007.

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Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

ICAP-supported HIV care and treatment services in Rwanda


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Number of ICAP-supported facilities by USG-funded activity, Rwanda

Source: ICAP Rwanda Site Census, August 2007


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Cumulative enrollment in HIV care (pre-ART and ART) & ART care at ICAP-supported facilities, July 2004 – June 2007

HIV care (pre-ART & ART)

ART care

ART patients retained*

Source: ICAP URS, July 2007

*Includes ART patients who are not known to have died, transferred or lost to follow-up.


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Cumulative pediatric enrollment in HIV care (pre-ART and ART) & ART care at ICAP-supported facilities, July 2004 – June 2007

HIV care (pre-ART & ART)

ART care

ART patients retained*

Source: ICAP URS, July 2007

*Includes ART patients who are not known to have died, transferred or lost to follow-up.


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Number of ICAP-supported care and treatment facilities reporting, July 2004 – June 2007

Source: ICAP URS, July 2007


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Pediatric (<15) enrollment in HIV care (% of total patients) at ICAP-supported facilities as of June 2007

Source: ICAP URS, July 2007


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Target HIV care enrollment to February 2008 and actual enrollment at ICAP-supported facilities as of June 2007

Source: ICAP Rwanda Site Census, August 2007


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Cumulative enrollment in pre-ART and ART care by age and sex at ICAP-supported facilities as of June 2007 (Total in care = 26,827)

n=13,794

n=13,033

n=26,827

Source: ICAP URS, July 2007


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Cumulative pediatric (<15) enrollment in pre-ART and ART care by age at ICAP-supported facilities, June 2007 (Total in care = 2,842)

n=1,566

n=1,276

n=2,842

Source: ICAP URS, July 2007


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

ART regimens at ICAP-supported facilities by age,

April-June 2007

Source: ICAP URS, July 2007


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Percentage of patients with CD4 counts at baseline, 6 and 12 months after ART initiation over time at ICAP-supported facilities to June 2007*

Number of patients

at baseline

n=na

n=888

n=892

n=1,087

*CD4 data are for a subset of patients

Source: ICAP URS, July 2007


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Average median CD4 count (cells/µL) after 6 and12 months of ART over time at ICAP-supported sites to June 2007*

Number of patients at baseline

Number of patients at baseline

n=na

n=na

n=888

n=892

n=1,087

Source: ICAP URS, July 2007

*CD4 data are for a subset of patients initiating ART


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Reasons for ART discontinuation at ICAP-supported sites as of June 2007*

Unknown <1%

<1 per 1,000 person-years

LTF13%

8 per 1,000 person-years

Dead 76%

46 per 1,000 person-years

7 per 1,000 person-years

Stopped ART 11%

Source: ICAP URS, July 2007

*Does not include patients who transferred out


Program and facility characteristics tracking system p facts

Program and Facility Characteristics Tracking System (P-FaCTS)


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

On-site services at ICAP-supported care and treatment facilities*,Rwanda (n=32 of 35)

1 service 3%

2 services 6%

n=25/32

n=28/32

n=29/32

n=30/32

n=28/32

3 services 9%

4 services 13%

5 services 69%

Source ICAP Rwanda P-FaCTS, January 2007

*Includes data from 32 of 35 facilities (91%) for which a P-FaCTS assessment has been completed


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Patient support services at ICAP-supported care and treatment facilities*,Rwanda (n=32 of 35)

5 services 3%

n=32/32

n=4/32

n=6/32

n=7/32

n=28/32

1 service 10%

4 services 6%

3 services 28%

2 services 53%

Source ICAP Rwanda P-FaCTS, January 2007

*Includes data from 32 of 35 facilities (91%) for which a P-FaCTS assessment has been completed


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Median number of staff per 1000 patients on ART at ICAP-supported care and treatment facilities in Rwanda by cadre* (n=32 of 35)

Source ICAP Rwanda P-FaCTS, January 2007

*Includes data from 32 of 35 facilities (91%) for which a P-FaCTS assessment has been completed


Pmtct services

PMTCT services


Pregnant women counseled and tested in anc at i cap cu supported pmtct facilities april june 2007

Pregnant women counseled and tested in ANC atICAP/CU-supported PMTCT facilities, April-June 2007


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

HIV-infected pregnant women receiving ART prophylaxis* in ANC at ICAP-supported PMTCT facilities, April-June 2007

*Maternal ART prophylaxis includes: sd-NVP, AZT/sd-NVP, AZT/sd-NVP + 3TC/AZT tail, and HAART at 34 weeks


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Women and infants receiving ART prophylaxis* in maternity at ICAP/CU-supported PMTCT facilities, April-June 2007

*Maternal ART prophylaxis includes: sd-NVP, AZT/sd-NVP, AZT/sd-NVP + 3TC/AZT tail, and HAART at 34 weeks


Tb hiv services

TB/HIV services


Icap supported hiv care and treatment services in rwanda

Screening and treatment for active TB among HIV positive persons enrolled in ICAP-supported care and treatment facilities, Rwanda

35 sites

27 sites

NA

Source: ICAP, URS, January-June 2007

* Sites with missing numerators/denominators were excluded


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