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AQUITY Innovations gets awarded the Global Fund Grant for TB  AQUITY Innovations has been appointed as a sub-recipient (SR) to the National Department of Health (NDoH) from April 2019 to
TB Reach ProjectIn 2018 AQUITY Innovations received a TB REACH wave 6 grant in order to contribute towards improved case finding. AQUITY Innovations is currently implementing a 1 year pilot
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
World Bank DGF TB in Mines The mining sector plays a significant role in the economic growth of Southern Africa. The Republic of South Africa has both the highest number and
Clinton Health Access Initiative. INCIn2017 AQUITY was awarded a contract to conduct VMMC baseline assessments in 92 health facilities and initiate Continuous Quality Improvement activities for the National Department of
SANOFIBackgroundDiabetes mellitus (DM) is quietly fueling the spread of Tuberculosis (TB).1 DM triples a person’s risk of developing TB, and rates are rising fast in countries with the highest burden of
About the Children’s Services Directory ProjectThe specific objectives of the CSD Project are:To provide support services to the (DSD) for the Children’s Services DirectoryTo promote the maintenance and sustainability of
TB and diabetes integration in KwaZulu Natal South Africa is ranked fifth of the 22 high burden tuberculosis countries. Unless effective TB control is achieved quickly, South Africa will have
Access To Health And Social Services For Vunerable ChildrenIn June 2012, AQUITY began work with the Department of Social Development in South Africa to promote the maintenance and sustainability of
Free State University ProjectAQUITY has been a leader in developing the capacities of local communities and public sector partners to manage and scale-up HIV services, particularly in Southern Africa, and