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AFRAVIH 2020 – A pragmatic approach to building the capacity of health structures and health workers to provide quality care for people living with HIV

2020 |  Posters

SIERRA LEONECAPACITY BUILDINGHUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTHSTRENGTHENING SYSTEMS AND HEALTH SERVICESHIV / AIDS

Poster presented by Solthis as part of its participation in AFRAVIH 2020.

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HIV stigma limits the effectiveness of PMTCT in Guinea, the ANRS 12344 Diavina trial

2020 |  Posters

GUINEAADVOCACYLABORATORIES AND TECHNICAL PLATFORMSSTRENGTHENING SYSTEMS AND HEALTH SERVICESHIV / AIDS

AIDS 2020 - Poster

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Making HIV viral load accessible is not enough, OPP-ERA Project

2020 |  Posters

BURUNDIGUINEALABORATORIES AND TECHNICAL PLATFORMSHIV / AIDS

AIDS 2020 - Poster

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Solthis' Report: “Managing Risk in Fragile States: Putting Health First! Optimising the Efficiency of the Global Fund’s Grants”

2014 |  Scientific Papers |  , ,

GUINEAMALINIGERSIERRA LEONEADVOCACYHEALTH FINANCINGHIV / AIDSMALARIATUBERCULOSIS

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“Managing Risk in Fragile States: Putting Health First!

Optimising the Efficiency of the Global Fund's Grants”

This evidence-based report is the result of a work over several months, including 4 missions (Guinea, Mali, Niger and Sierra Leone) and interviews with 140 stakeholders. Through this work, we identified bottlenecks in the implementation of the Global Fund's grants in the field, showing that the Global Fund's Risk Management Policy is not well-adapted to fragile states. The additional safeguard measures which have been put in place by the Secretariat after the investigations of the Office of the Inspector General were meant to mitigate the financial risks and to reassure donors. However, experiences in challenging operating environments clearly show that these measures are mainly focused on financial risks and have caused significant malfunctions that jeopardise both the impact and the sustainability of the programmes. In order to make progress and to cope with the challenges specific to fragile states, we think it is now time for the Board members and the donors of the Global Fund to opt for an ambitious and innovative policy, which would put financial risk at its proper place: behind risks to public health. The main recommendations we are addressing in the report aim to place the public health risk at the centre of the mechanism, by:
  • Improving the balance between the analysis and the management of the different risks.
  • Simplifying and clarifying the control procedures: limit the number of contractors and the levels of validation.
  • Defining indicators or objectives for terminating additional safeguard measures to encourage appropriation and capacity building.
  • Investigating the possibility of an increased presence of the Global Fund in the field, by missions of several weeks or several months.
  • Adapting the indicators and procedures of performance-based funding and accountability measures to fragile states.
Full version of the report in English here You can also read our 4-pages booklet here The article of Altermondes dedicated to this topic and the interview of the author Hélène Roger

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CROI 2016 : Access to HIV care in the health districts affected by the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone

2016 |  Posters

SIERRA LEONEHEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMOPERATIONAL RESEARCHEmerging DiseasesHIV / AIDS

Presentation of the poster “access to HIV care in the health districts affected by the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone” for the CROI 2016. Download the poster Jacques CROI 2016 Official Website : CROI 2016

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Training workshop for clinical research

2015 |  Conferences

HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTHOPERATIONAL RESEARCH

Logo ResapsiSolthis Resapsi and organized for the second time the training workshop on the methodology of clinical research. The objective of this workshop is to strengthen comptérences African doctors in clinical research on HIV / AIDS. The workshop was held in Grand Bassam (Ivory Coast) from March 16 to 19. Nearly 30 doctors from across francophone Africa (Mali, Niger, Ivory Coast RCA, Togo, Burundi, Benin, Guinea, Burkina Faso, Senegal, Cameroon) participated in this quality training provided by international experts.
Participants et enseignants de l'atelier de formation à la recherche clinique

Participants and teachers training workshop at the Clinical Research

  Work methodology
The qualification was delivered in two stages
  • mornings devoted to theoretical instruction in plenary
  • the afternoon working group led by a binomial "Doctor clinician - Doctor methodologist"
The participants gathered in four groups worked on a subject of clinical research.
  • ART
  • Tuberculosis and HIV
  • PMTCT
  • HBV and HIV coinfection
Each morning, a reporter group presented the results of its advanced group in plenary. After 4 days of training, the four working groups were able to present a research topic.
  International experts
The training workshop on the methodology of clinical research was conducted by experts of quality: teachers of clinical research of HIV on the one hand and teachers of research methodology on the other. All internationally recognized experts.
Stéphane Béchet Institut Pasteur Paris – France
Pr Emmanuel Bissagnene CHU Treichville Abidjan – Côte d’Ivoire
Pr Geneviève Chene ISPED Bordeaux – France
Pr Dominique Costagliola INSERM Paris – France
Dr Christine Danel PACCI Abidjan – Côte d’Ivoire
Pr Serge Eholié CHU Treichville Abidjan – Côte d’Ivoire
Marguerite Guiguet INSERM Paris – France
Dr Florence Huber Solthis Paris – France
Pr Christine Katlama CHU Pitié-Salpêtrière/Solthis Paris – France
Pr Papa Salif Sow CHU de Fann Dakar – Sénégal
Partnerships
Solthis Resapsi and thank the partners who supported this initiative:
  • ANRS
  • ESTHER

Study of the treatment costs of HIV/AIDS patients in Niger

2008 |  Research papers

NIGERHEALTH FINANCINGHEALTH PRODUCTS AND PHARMACEUTICAL SYSTEMOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author : S. Walker Partner : Sciences Po

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Analyse des enjeux d’un partenariat public/privé (PPP) en matière de prise en charge du VIH/Sida. Etude de cas dans la région minière de Boké (République de Guinée)

2008 |  Research papers

GUINEAGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHEALTH FINANCINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author : O. Diallo Tutors : Dr. A. Beaulière, Dr. F. Perez, Dr. L. Pizarro Partners : ISPED

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The marriage of science and optimized HIV care in resource-limited settings

2008 |  Scientific Papers

ADVOCACYGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author(s) : A. Calmy, C. Pizzocolo, L. Pizarro, G. Brücker, R. Murphy, C. Katlama and the Strategies in Resource-Limited Settings Working Group Journal : AIDS - 2008, 22:2227-2230

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Technical support by Solthis for health-care workers in order to decentralise medical treatment for people living with HIV in the Segou region of Mali

2009 |  Scientific Papers

MALICAPACITY BUILDINGGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTHHIV / AIDS

Author(s) : P. Teisseire, A. Akondé, C. Pizzocolo, S. Calmettes, N. Bodo, L. Pizarro Journal : FACTS Reports - Field Actions Sci. Rep., 1, 1-9, 2009

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AFRAVIH – Geneva, Switzerland, march 2012

2012 |  Oral presentations

MALIADVOCACYHEALTH FINANCINGHIV / AIDS

Le processus de contrôle fiduciaire du Fonds mondial vu du terrain : l’exemple de la composante VIH au Mali Author(s) : Louis Pizarro, S. Tchiombiano, S. Calmettes

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University of Washington, department of Global Health – march 2012

2012 |  Oral presentations

CAPACITY BUILDINGHEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMHIV / AIDS

Health Information Systems for HIV in very poor countries. Experience of french NGO Solthis. Author(s) : G. Lurton  

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ICIUM – Alexandria, february 2011

2011 |  Posters

NIGERHEALTH PRODUCTS AND PHARMACEUTICAL SYSTEMHIV / AIDS

Development of a tool for simple visualisation of periods of ARV therapy availability in a context of expanding treatment coverage
Author(s) : E. Guillard, X. Paris, S. Ouvrard, M. Diallo, L. Pizarro
 
Encourage appropriate use of pediatric antiretrovirals with a demonstration kit in pharmacies results 18 months after kit was made available in 2 HIV/AIDS pediatric treatment centers in Niamey, Niger
Author(s) : S. Ouvrard, I. Also Mariama, O. Zalika, E. Guillard

Biovision conference – Lyon, March 2009

2009 |  Conferences

NIGERHEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMSTRENGTHENING SYSTEMS AND HEALTH SERVICES

Technical Assistance to improve HIV National Information System in Niger Author(s) : C. Dézé, G. Lurton, L. Pizarro   Download the Biovision conference Information system presentation

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Les perdus de vue dans la file active de la région de Ségou

2008 |  Research papers

MALIHEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author : G. Lurton Partners : Sciences Po

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Les personnels de santé face au Sida et à la prise en charge des PVVIH à Niamey. Transformation ou reproduction des représentations et pratiques habituelles ?

2008 |  Research papers

NIGERHUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTHOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Authors : A. Diarra, A. Moumouni - préface : JP. Olivier de Sardan Research assistants : M. Moha, O. Issaka Partners : LASDEL

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Le fonctionnement de la prise en charge des patients séropositifs au Bénin : Le cas de l’Atacora.

2007 |  Research papers

BENINGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHEALTH FINANCINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author : P. Bonvalet Partners : Sciences Po

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Apports et limites des ONG dans la lutte contre sida au Bénin

2007 |  Scientific Papers

BENINGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author(s) : P. Bonvalet Journal : Alternatives Economiques - 2007/4 - n°36 - p.21 à 32

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L’appui alimentaire aux PVVIH à Niamey (approche socio-anthropologique)

2007 |  Research papers

NIGERGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Authors : A. Diarra, A. Moumouni Research assistants : M. Moha, O. Issaka Partners : LASDEL

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Le statut socio-économique et l’accès aux traitements contre le VIH/sida au Niger

2007 |  Research papers

NIGERGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHEALTH FINANCINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author : S. Dalglish Tutor : L. Pizarro Partners : Sciences Po

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L’impact de la situation socio-économique sur la réussite de la prise en charge pour les patients vivants avec le VIH/Sida et l’effet de l’identité d’être malade de Sida sur la pauvreté – Travail suite à une enquête de terrain au Mali.

2007 |  Research papers

MALIGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHEALTH FINANCINGHEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author : Shi Weijing Partners : Sciences Po

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Les visites à domicile auprès des PVVIH à Niamey (approche socio-anthropologique)

2007 |  Research papers

NIGERGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Authors : A. Diarra, A. Moumouni Research assistants : M. Moha, O. Issaka Partners : LASDEL

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La prise en charge des PVVIH et l’observance des ARV à Niamey (approche socio-anthropologique)

2006 |  Research papers

NIGERHEALTH PRODUCTS AND PHARMACEUTICAL SYSTEMHIV / AIDS

Authors : JP. Olivier de Sardan, A. Diarra, A. Moumouni Research assistants : M. Moha, O. Issaka Partners : LASDEL

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XIVème ICASA – Abuja, december 2005

2005 |  Posters

MALIHEALTH PRODUCTS AND PHARMACEUTICAL SYSTEMHIV / AIDS

Solthis: evaluation of a decentralized program for access to ARV in Ségou (Mali) Author(s) : B. Jarrousse, A. Doumbia, M. Ba, E. Klement, L. Tegna, B. Diarra Sonou, Z. Traore, D. Traore, B. Touré, S. Tchiombiano, B. Dembélé, C. Tétrel, A. Maïga, G. Carcelain, AG. Marcelin, B. Autran, C. Katlama

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Francophone Conference – Brussels, march 2005

2005 |  Posters

MALIADVOCACYGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHIV / AIDS

Pour un accès gratuit et décentralisé aux antirétroviraux en Afrique subsaharienne : l'expérience de Solthis dans la région de Ségou, au Mali Author(s) : E. Klement, Z. Traoré, B. Jarrousse, L. Tegna, C. Tétrel, C. Katlama

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HIV viral load testing operational guide

2019

LABORATORIES AND TECHNICAL PLATFORMSHIV / AIDS

60 lessons learned from the OPP-ERA project " Inscreasing access to viral load testing in limited-resource countries"

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Evaluation of the coverage of ARV needs

HEALTH PRODUCTS AND PHARMACEUTICAL SYSTEMHIV / AIDS

Pharmacy teams Solthis have developed a simple and visual for measuring the period of availability of ARVs on the scale of a health facility, region or country, taking into account the needs related to growth the extension of the support. For each molecule, the period of availability (n) can be determined from three parameters: requirements necessary for initiations monthly (a) requirements necessary for patients already on treatment (b) stocks available (SD) By its graph, this...

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