Strengthening Health Systems and Empowering Southern African Communities.

AQUITY'S EXPERTISE

Prevention

AQUITY Innovations leverages on the fact that public health responses require an increasing focus on sustainable prevention programs to increase community’s quality of life. Leveraging on expertise in social development, public health and operational research, AQUITY Innovations provides solutions to public health institutions and industries on tailored prevention programs for both communicable and non-communicable disease.

Innovation Through Technology

AQUITY innovations utilizes technology as the cornerstone for implementation. Utilizing technologies to leapfrog vulnerable communities or individuals to accessing quality health services. Experience ranges from utilizing technology to map at risk populations for more targeted interventions, using feature and smart phones to ensure adherence, to application-based data collection and monitoring tools. Innovations needs to achieve AQUITY Innovations key mandate of being affordable, feasible and scalable.

Serving The Vulnerable

AQUITY Innovations provides expert solutions on strategies to identify and serve vulnerable groups. Through partnerships with social development department AQUITY Innovations has developed registries of orphaned and vulnerable children. The implementation strategies always have a special focus on key populations and vulnerable groups.

Private Public Partnerships

AQUITY Innovations in piloting an innovative approach to integrating the private sector in public health response. Demonstrating feasibility of utilizing private care providers in implementing public health concerns is an integral component of universal health coverage.

ACHIEVEMENTS

PROJECTS

TB Reach

AQUITY TB REACH project

AQUITY Innovations together with the NMBM district and at the request of the MEC for Health (Mrs. Helen August-Sauls), officially launched the TB REACH project on the 22 March 2019. It was organized by a task force of different stakeholders…

Lesotho TB Prevalence Survey

Lesotho TB Prevalence Survey

The primary aim of the study is to measure the prevalence of bacteriologically confirmed pulmonary TB (PTB) among 26,000 respondents in 54 clusters selected by systematic cluster sampling strategy.

TB in Mines

World Bank DGF TB In the Mines Project

The primary aim of the study is to measure the prevalence of bacteriologically confirmed pulmonary TB (PTB) among 26,000 respondents in 54 clusters selected by systematic cluster sampling strategy.

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