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  1. ICAP Update

  2. Key Features Where ICAP Works?

  3. ICAP- Achievement • 1.8 million People have received HIV services • 971,863 Patients initiated on HIV treatment • 3,995 Health facilities supported • 4,660,865 Pregnant women tested for HIV • 55,555 Health workers trained • 880,260HIV Patients enrolled in HIV/TB care • 700 Laboratories supported • More than 50 research studies being conducted

  4. Expansion of Programs • Myanmar/Burma • Support Ministry of Health • Focus on decentralization of HIV treatment • Funding from Open Society Foundations and CDC • Awarded Global TA Award: a multi-country global technical assistance grant from CDC to support PMTCT, adult and pediatric care and treatment, and strategic information. • Projects ongoing include: 2 population impact assessments, work in Rwanda, Ghana, Swaziland, Tanzania • New President’s Global Innovation Award to conduct work on the China-Africa health assistance

  5. Expansion of Programs--2 • Project PHIA: • Award from CDC for population HIV impact assessments to be conducted in 20 countries (two already in progress) • Collaborative effort with multiple organizations • Partnership with UNICEF to support the expansion of programs for prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV. • Cote d’Ivoire, Malawi, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo

  6. Training and Mentorship • New NIH T-37 training grant to train underrepresented undergraduate and graduate students at Columbia in global health research with placements in Swaziland, Dominican Republic and Kazakhstan • New NIH T-32 training grant to train graduate and post-graduate students in global implementation science research • ICAP, in collaboration with MSPH Department of Health Policy and Management, received a USAID award to support education for healthcare management and administration in Mozambique. • ICAP’s Next Generation Program provides students with training opportunities in New York and around the world. • In 2013, 13 Next Generation interns worked in 7 countries

  7. Research • Ethiopia: A Combination Intervention Package for Isoniazid Prevention Therapy in Ethiopia (ENRICH) + Multi-Level determinants of Late ART Initiation in Sub-Saharan Africa (LSTART) • Kenya: Mother and Infant Retention for Health (MIR4Health NCD HIV cohort study (ARTIC) • Lesotho: Start TB Patients on ART and Retain on Treatment (START) + Enhance Prevention in Couples (EPIC)+Supplement • Mozambique: Combination Intervention Strategies for Linkage and Retention (Engage4Health) • South Africa: Strategies to Optimize Antiretroviral Therapy Services for Maternal and Child Health (MCH-ART), HEART study • Swaziland: A Combination Strategy for Linkage and Retention, Swaziland (Link4Health) and SitukulwaneLesiphephile - Safe Generations • Tanzania: Combination prevention study

  8. Thought Leadership

  9. ICAP’s Unique Portfolio • Strong implementation partner with vast expertise in: • care and treatment in pediatrics, adolescents and adults • prevention: PMTCT, VMMC, MSM, PWID etc • Expertise in other areas: tuberculosis, malaria, key populations, laboratory, M&E, etc • Health systems support: training and mentorship of workforce, GNCBP (NEPI and GN), laboratories, SI etc

  10. ICAP’s Unique Portfolio--2 • Support at facilities, as well above facility levels: district, county, province • Training and mentorship: GNCBP, hospital managers, peers, courses, distance learning • Innovation: migrants, adolescents, couples, community ART, community surveys, NCD/HIV integration • Research: diverse studies

  11. Way Ahead • reach targets • achieve high quality • demonstrate efficiency • engage with partners • dialogue with funders • diversify funding sources • innovate • measure, measure, measure • share, share, share

  12. FOA Season Edward Munch