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Our historic mission fighting HIV/AIDS

Solthis was originally created to fight the HIV epidemic and permit broad access to high quality, accessible and sustainable care. In 2003, the epidemiological data was alarming; mortality and incidence continued to increase in Africa, and access to antiretroviral treatment covered only a tiny fraction of the need.

In the early 2000s, the international community became aware of the health crisis, and specific initiatives were launched such as UNAIDS, the Global Fund, the MAP programs from the World Bank, and the American initiative PEPFAR. New resources were finally made available to the most affected countries, but there was a lack of technical competency on a national level to implement the AIDS-fighting programs.

 

Our Vision

Solthis' mission is to reinforce the competency of national actors in the response to AIDS and help them implement the most efficient strategies to fight this scourge. After 10 years, specialized teams were put in place in the primary hospital centers of the affected countries, and “HIV experts” took over from our personnel. The prevalence of the epidemic in the general population has started to decline in West and Central Africa, and HIV-related mortality has also declined as the result of a very significant increase in access to antiretroviral therapy.

However, need still persists in this area of the world.

Women's Health, Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission

While triple antiretroviral therapy has almost completely eliminated the possibility of mother-to-child transmission (MTCT), too many newborns are still infected this way. The fight against HIV cannot happen without a larger contribution from reproductive and pediatric health services. Similarly, better information on women and their families is key for any successful health policy in that field.

Key Populations

A second on-going issue concerns “key” populations. These populations are primarily men who have sex with men, sex workers, and intravenous drug users. In West and Central Africa, the HIV epidemic is currently concentrated in these populations, and specific strategies need to be developed and implemented there.

A modified legal framework is essential to avoid the discrimination these populations face. Health education programs need to be developed specifically for these populations to target their specific needs, for example, a focus on testing and access to treatment. Innovative approaches like the “self-test,” pre-exposure prophylactic treatment, and “non-hospital” healthcare centers need to be studied and developed within each intervention context.

Access to Treatment and Medical Innovation for Everyone

The international community has invested considerable financial and human effort to develop strategies for curing HIV/AIDS (Cure). The new treatments coming out every year have allowed us to be optimistic about reaching this goal soon (within a few years). Recent studies (TEMPRANO and START) have indicated that there's an interest in treating everyone living with HIV regardless of their level of immunity (CD4 count). However, it's important to be sure that these treatment innovations also benefit the most underprivileged populations.

Decompartmentalize HIV Programs and Care

It is essential that HIV care be integrated into the broader healthcare system, and support programs for patients that include the entire community are now recognized as measures of success.

Prevention: Strategies Adapted to Each Country

Prevention, which is equally important as treatment, must also have a broader scope. Given that a vaccine is still a distant prospect, it's imperative to adopt strategies that combine the different biological and behavioral tools currently available: condoms, circumcision, prophylactic treatment, microbicides, needle exchange programs, blood transfusion, school and community education programs. Solthis' goal is to allow access to these services for all populations. The essential element is to thoroughly understand the epidemic in each country and each region, and to apply adapted strategies to every new context.

HIV/AIDS marked a turning point in our history. Its arrival in every country in the world, affecting every population, has made the international community realize the need for extraordinary mobilization. Thirty-five years after the first cases were discovered, we've shown impressive results. At Solthis, we think that humanity can conquer the HIV epidemic if it decides to give itself the means. Public aid in development and domestic mobilization are the two primary factors. However, they are not enough. We also need innovative mechanisms like taxing financial transactions, and we need private-sector contributions.

Ending AIDS is, above all, a political goal. Let us hope that the decision-makers at the national and international levels will have the courage and the vision to allow our children to live in a world without HIV.


Our Action

We take the entire continuum of care into account in order to act on the process as a whole.

As a vital entry point into care and the cornerstone of prevention, testing remains a necessity in countries where too many people don't know their immunological status. Solthis works to promote Guidance on Voluntary Counselling and Testing (VCT) in all our supported sites, as well as during healthcare personnel training, remote support, and for large staffs. The strategy of provider-initiated testing allows an increase of testing in countries where Solthis is involved.

Since 2015, all seropositive patients should receive treatment independent of their immunological status (CD4 count). But for Solthis, caring for an individual doesn't stop once they receive treatment. It's a matter of caring for the individual as a whole and supporting them throughout their illness. It is essential to ensure that the patient understands their treatment and can receive care that is adapted to both their individual situation and over the long term.

In healthcare systems that were historically developed for the acute infectious pathologies common in the Southern countries, the chronic nature of HIV infection is something new to which the situation must adapt. The failures of a care system constrained by a lack of human and financial resources add to the extreme vulnerability of these patients.

In spite of ART being free, these patients face numerous indirect costs associated with treatment (transport, inability to work) and too often face a stigma that contradicts the quality of their care. Supporting such a chronic illness also involves developing a holistic response that considers medical, socioeconomic, and psychological factors that can disrupt of care.

MTCT is limited to the geographical areas where the HIV epidemic is still generalized. While transmission has been reduced to its lowest levels in Western countries, and some have spoken of eradication, countries in the South still have a long way to go to reduce pediatric infections. The fight against vertical transmission includes preventing unwanted pregnancies, HIV testing for pregnant women, starting ART early for seropositive women and continuing it throughout breastfeeding (WHO Option B), and finally supporting for the child until the potential HIV infection is definitively eliminated.

Tuberculosis is one of the most common opportunistic infections and causes of morbidity and mortality in seropositive patients. Immunosuppression resulting from HIV causes particular diagnostic problems. Simultaneous diagnosis and treatment for this co-infection is the best option.

To this end, Solthis promotes systematic testing for tuberculosis and hepatitis B in HIV patients. Solthis is also working towards ensuring tuberculosis patients in the general and child populations are systematically tested for HIV and pregnant women are tested for HIV and hepatitis B at prenatal appointments.

Solthis also acts for dynamic treatment for coinfected patients, as there can be dangerous or antagonistic interactions if the treatment for tuberculosis is disassociated from that for HIV, or if there's a lack of communication between practitioners.

For more information, see our list of health priorities.

Country action

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Expertise

HEALTH PRODUCTS AND PHARMACEUTICAL SYSTEMCAPACITY BUILDINGSTRENGTHENING SYSTEMS AND HEALTH SERVICESADVOCACYHEALTH FINANCINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHEALTH SERVICEHEALTH WORKFORCELABORATORIES AND TECHNICAL PLATFORMSTherapeutic Patient Education

Health priority

HIV / AIDSTUBERCULOSISMALARIAEBOLAMOTHER AND CHILD HEALTHHEPATITIS

Associated contents

A Participatory Approach to Improving Retention in HIV Treatment and Care for Newly Diagnosed Patients in a Secondary Health Facility in Sierra Leone

2017 |  Scientific Papers

SIERRA LEONESTRENGTHENING SYSTEMS AND HEALTH SERVICESHIV / AIDS

  • Authors : Wole Ameyan, Hannah Kamara, Jaicy Sesay, Mariama Sheriff, Khadija Dumbuya, Mabinty Timbo, Sulaiman Conteh and Etienne Guillard
(Solthis, Sierra Leone)
  • Published by Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research

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21th International AIDS Conference: Solthis’ poster

2016 |  Posters

GUINEAHIV / AIDS

Presentation of the poster "Low retention of patients in antiretroviral treatment during recent Ebola outbreak in Conakry" during the International AIDS Conference 2016 in Durban Dowload the poster En savoir plus sur la IAS

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 / AIDSTUBERCULOSISMALARIA

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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 LEONEOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMHIV / AIDSEBOLA

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

2008 |  Research papers

NIGEROPERATIONAL RESEARCHHEALTH PRODUCTS AND PHARMACEUTICAL SYSTEMHEALTH FINANCINGHIV / 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

GUINEAOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHEALTH FINANCINGGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHIV / AIDS

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

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Evaluation de la prise en charge pédiatrique du VIH en Guinée Conakry

2009 |  Research papers

GUINEACAPACITY BUILDINGHEALTH SERVICEHIV / AIDSMOTHER AND CHILD HEALTH

Author : C. Manteau Partners : Capacité de médecine tropicale de l'Ouest File available on demand.

AIDS Impact – Marseille, july 2007

2007 |  Posters

NIGERHEALTH SERVICEOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Compliance in Niger : a socio-anthropological approach useful for action Author(s) : JP. Olivier de Sardan, L. Pizarro, A. Diarra, A. Moumouni, C. Nicoué

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

2008 |  Scientific Papers

OPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHIV / 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 BUILDINGHEALTH WORKFORCEGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHIV / 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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HIV prevalence and impact on renutrition in children hospitalised for severe malnutrition in Niger : an argument for more systematic screening

2011 |  Scientific Papers

NIGERHEALTH SERVICEOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDSMOTHER AND CHILD HEALTH

Author(s) : A. Madec, D. Germanaud, V. Moya-Alvarez, W. Alkassoum, A. Issa, M. Amadou, S. Tchiombiano, C. Pizzocolo, F. Huber, S. Diallo, R. Abdoulaye-Mamadou Journal : PLOS ONE - Volume 6 - Issue 7 - e22787

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CROI 2015: Solthis and Donka National Hospital Poster

2015 |  Posters

OPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDSEBOLA

Presentation of Solthis and Donka National Hospital poster on the 'impact of the Ebola outbreak on the quality of care of people living with HIV taking antiretroviral treatment at Donka National Hospital in Conakry, Guinea' More informations about CROI 2015

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THE LANCET : Prevention of HIV spread during the Ebola outbreak in Guinea

2015 |  Scientific Papers

GUINEAOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDSEBOLA

Author(s): J. NDawinz, M. Cissé, M. SK Diallo, C. T. Sidibé and E. D'Ortenzio Journal: The Lancet, April 11, 2015

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ICASA, december 2013, South Africa

2013 |  Conferences

CAPACITY BUILDINGHIV / AIDS

ICASA 2013

On the occasion of the 17th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA), Solthis organized the December 10th, with the participation of EGPAF, ICAP and MSH, a satellite on quality improvement. Oriented on field experiences, exchanges have helped to highlight the current challenges and the main advances.

Presentations are on-line : Download the bibliography and the flyer of the satellite.

Special edition of Transcriptases magazine (spring 2012)

2012 |  Research papers

OPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

transcriptases n148 Solthis collaborated in the special issue of Transcriptases magazine (spring 2012), focusing on ICASA 2011 Addis Ababa. As such, Solthis members published many articles.

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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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AFRAVIH – Geneva, Switzerland, march 2012

2012 |  Posters

CAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

Création d’un hôpital de jour à l’Hôpital National de Niamey : Le vécu des patients sur l’évolution du continuum de soins Autor(s) : S. Mohamadou, M. Idé, G. Lurton, E. Adehossi, B. Madougou, H. Toure, E. Guillard, F. Huber, C. Dézé, S. Diallo Download the poster   Mettre en œuvre un programme public d’éducation thérapeutique des patients vivants avec le VIH dans les centres prescripteurs d’un pays à ressources limitées : l’expérience du Niger Autor(s) : Fati Maiga, Agnès Certain, Hadiza Baoua, Mamane Harouna, Caroline Gallais, Oumarou Seybou, Souleymanou Mohamadou, Pierre Teisseire, Sanata Diallo, Florence Huber, Sophie Calmettes, Etienne Gillard Download the poster   Prévalence du risque cardiovasculaire évalué d’après les mesures des plis cutanés - Étude transversale au Niger Autor(s) : V. Moyà Alvarez I. Baragé, Y. Hanki, I. Dillé, F. Huber, G. Lurton, Y. Madec Download the poster   La difficulté du suivi des enfants infectés par le VIH au CHU Gabriel Touré de Bamako (Mali) Autor(s) : M. Sylla, H. Coulibaly, F. Dicko-Traoré, A. Akondé, G. Lurton, A. Diakité, A. Diallo, C. N'Diaye, M. Traoré, S. Touré, N. Koné, T. Sidibé Download the poster   Une prévalence préoccupante de résistances transmises aux antirétroviraux chez les hommes ayant des relations sexuelles avec des hommes à Madagascar Autor(s) : S. Andriantsimietry, F. Lamontagne, M. Randria, M.L. Chaix, L. Pizarro, R.L. Razanakolona, C. Rouzioux Download the poster   Enjeu de la prévision des besoins avec des données faibles : expérience d'utilisation de projections par scénarios en Guinée Autor(s) : G. Lurton, M. Diallo, E. Guillard Download the poster   Comparaison de l'apport des examens microbiologiques au diagnostic de la tuberculose chez les PVVIH au Niger. Données préliminaires d'une étude interventionnelle Autor(s) : M. Idé, S. Mohamadou, A. Yacouba, O. Seybou, R. Abba, S. Mamadou, F. Lamontagne, I. Diallo, G. Lurton, F. Huber, S. Diallo Download the poster   Le défi de la coordination des approvisionnements : l'exemple réussi du "Groupe Approvisionnement" au Niger Autor(s) : Z. Ankourao, I. Mato, A. Messan Ganfled, S. Ouvrard, E. Guillard Download the poster

AFRAVIH – Geneva, Switzerland, march 2012

2012 |  Oral presentations

CAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

Consolider l’apprentissage des connaissances thérapeutiques sur le bon usage des traitements ARV par les professionnels de santé à partir d’un jeu de carte innovant : « La thérapeutique VIH en jeu» Author(s) : Charlotte Dézé, E. Guillard, S. Ouvrard, M. Diallo, P. Autret  

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ICASA – Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, december 2011

2011 |  Oral presentations

CAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

Dealing with uncertainty the challenge of long term projections in low data resources countries Author(s) : M. Diallo, G. Lurton, E. Guillard   Connaître son virus, connaître son épidémie : contribution de la virologie moléculaire à la compréhension de l’épidémie VIH Author(s) : Franck Lamontagne Presentation non available

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XVI ICASA – Addis Ababa, december 2011

2011 |  Posters

CAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

Identification d'un cluster viral à l'origine d'un taux élevé de résistance primaire aux ARV au niveau national : le cas singulier de Madagascar Author(s) : F. Lamontagne, S. Andriantsimietry, M.L. Chaix, M. Randria, J. Nely, C.B. Ramamonjisoa, J.S. Lalao, H. Rahasana, G. Lurton, L. Pizarro, F. Huber, R.L. Razanakolona, C. Rouzioux Download the poster   Bilan de 10 ans de prise en charge pédiatrique au CHU Gabriel Touré de Bamako (Mali) Author(s) : M. Sylla, H. Coulibaly, F. Dicko-Traoré, A. Akondé, G. Lurton, A.A. Diakité, A. Diallo, C.N'Diaye, M. Traoré, S. Touré, N. Koné, T. Sidibé Download the poster   Hétérogénéité des pratiques et difficultés diagnostiques de la tuberculose chez les personnes infectées par le VIH à Niamey, Niger Author(s) : R. Abba, F. Lamontagne, M. Souleymanou, O. Seybou, Y. Hanki, S. Diallo, G. Lurton, S. Mamadou Download the poster   Manifestations neurologiques chez les patients hospitalisés au CHU de Conakry : un diagnostic à améliorer compte tenu de leur impact majeur sur la mortalité Author(s) : G. Choaken, R. Vilain, F. Lamontagne, G. Lurton, M. Barry, A.A.S. Diallo, L. Laho, D. Mandiou, E. Papot, F. Huber, M. Cissé Download the poster   Offrir systématiquement le dépistage VIH en milieu de soin : une urgence de santé publique Author(s) : R. Vilain, G. Choaken, F. Lamontagne, G. Lurton, M. Barry, A.A.S Diallo, L. Laho, D. Mandiou, E. Papo, M. Cissé, F. Huber Download the poster   Améliorer la prévention de la transmission du VIH de la mère à l'enfant en Guinée selon une démarche participative d'accompagnement au changement Author(s) : C. Dézé, H. Yous, A. Keita, T.C. Sidibé, S. Calmettes, N. Barsacq, F. Lamontagne Download the poster

High prevalence of antiretroviral drug resistance among HIV-1-untreated patients in Guinea-Conakry and in Niger

2011 |  Scientific Papers

GUINEANIGEROPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author(s) : Charpentier C, Bellecave P, Cisse M, Mamadou S, Diakite M, Peytavin G, Tchiombiano S, Teisseire P, Pizarro L, Storto A, Brun-Vézinet F, Katlama C, Calvez V, Marcelin AG, Masquelier B, Descamps D. Journal : Antiviral Therapy 2011;16(3):429-33

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Genetic Diversity and Drug Resistance Mutations in HIV-1 fromUntreated Patients in Niamey, Niger

2011 |  Scientific Papers

NIGEROPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author(s) : Saïdou Mamadou, Yahayé Hanki, Amadou Roufaï, Ali Maazou, Balki Aoula, Sanata Diallo Journal : ISRN Microbiology - Volume 2011, Article ID 797463

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International AIDS Society – Rome, July 2011

2011 |  Posters

MALIOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDSMOTHER AND CHILD HEALTH

The prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Mali: HIV-positive pregnant women and loss to follow-up in the Segou region (Mali) Author(s) : T. Mutel, A. Akondé, A. Doumbia, D. Coulibaly Traore, M. Diarra, F. Maiga, B. Coulibaly, L. Pizarro, F. Perez  

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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

Switch to second-line ART in West African routine care : incidence and reasons for switching

2011 |  Scientific Papers

OPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author(s) : J. Landier, A. Akondé, C. Pizzocolo, I. Haidara, M. Drabo, L. Pizarro, A. Fontanet, C. Katlama, Y. Madec Journal : AIDS Care - Janvier;23(1):75-8

  DOI : 10.1080/09540121.2010.498867

International Aids Society – Vienna, july 2010

2010 |  Posters

NIGERHEALTH SERVICEOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDSMOTHER AND CHILD HEALTH

HIV prevalence and renutrition in children hospitalised for severe malnutrition in Niamey (Niger) Autor(s) : R. Maiga-Mamadou, W. Alkassoum, M. Hamadou, A. Abdou, C. Pizzocolo, S. Diallo, C. Dezé, V. Moya-Alvarez, F. Huber, Y. Madec

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International Aids Society – Vienne, juillet 2010

2010

NIGERCAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

HIV prevalence and renutrition in children hospitalised for severe malnutrition in Niamey (Niger) Autor(s) : R. Maiga-Mamadou, W. Alkassoum, M. Hamadou, A. Abdou, C. Pizzocolo, S. Diallo, C. Dezé, V. Moya-Alvarez, F. Huber, Y. Madec

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Drug resistance workshop – Dubrovnik, june 2010

2010 |  Posters

GUINEAOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

High prevalence of transmitted drug resistance in HIV-1-infected Antiretroviral-naïve Patients from Conakry, Guinea Conakry Author(s) : M. Diakite, C. Charptentier, P. Bellecave, M. Cisse, G. Peytavin, B. Djoudalbaye, L. Pizarro, C. Katlama, F. Huber, B. Masquelier, D. Descamps  

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Francophone Conference – Casablanca, march 2010

2010 |  Oral presentations

GUINEAMALINIGERCAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

Evolution de la prise en charge du VIH à Ségou entre 2003 et 2009 Author(s) : L. Diakité, D. Katilé, , N. Diallo, A. Doumbia, MS. Koné, B. Coulibaly, A. Sidibé, Y. Coulibaly, A. Akondé, G. Lurton, F. Huber Download the presentation   Evaluation de la mise en place du dépistage et de la prise en charge du VIH au centre antituberculeux Carrière, à Conakry (Guinée) Author(s) : LM. Camara, B. Bah, D. Touré, P. Kourouma, L. Hajouji, C. Katlama, F. Huber, O. Sow Download the presentation   Délégation de la prescription des antirétroviraux aux paramédicaux dans la PTME à Ségou (Mali) Author(s) :A. Doumbia, A. Sidibé, AT. Traoré, A. Akondé, F.Z.T. Sangaré, DC. Traoré, M. Maiga, AM. Soumaré, F.D. Cissé, SD. Naman, G. Lurton, C. Katlama, F. Huber Download the presentation   Charge virale en routine dans un pays à ressources limitées : le cas du Niger Author(s) : Dr Hanki, H. Yahayé, S. Mamadou, I. Aboubacar, R. Ali Maazou, I. Dillé, C. Dézé, S. Diallo, F. Huber, M. Amadou, F. Maïga Download the presentation   L'épidémiologie des perdus de vue dans les programmes VIH/SIDA Author(s) : E. Poulet, M. Pujades-Rodriguez Download the presentation   L'approche anthropologique des ruptures de suivi médical des personnes vivant avec le VIH : l'exemple de Kayes (Mali) Author(s) : S. Carillon, V. Petit Download the presentation   Les patients sous ARV perdus de vue : l'expérience de l'ONG WALE Author(s) : D. Katilé Download the presentation

Francophone Conference – Casablanca, march 2010

2010 |  Posters

MADAGASCARNIGERCAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Corrélation entre les activités d'éducation thérapeutiques (ETP) et l'échappement virologique au Niger : Les activités d'ETP sont-elles favorables au succès virologique ? Autor(s) : H.Baoua, M. Naba Fati, I.Amy, F.Maïga, M.Saidou, G.Lurton, S.Diallo, E.Guillard, F.Huber., L.Pizarro Download the poster   Création d'un outil permettant de visualiser simplement la couverture des besoins en ARV dans un contexte d'extension de la prise en charge Autor(s) : E. Guillard, X. Paris, S. Ouvrard, M. Diallo, L. Pizarro Download the poster   Première évaluation nationale de la réponse virologique aux antirétroviraux à Madagascar Autor(s) : S. Andriantsimietry, F. Lamontagne, M. Randria, J. Nely, S. Randriamampionona, VJ. Soanomena, WR Lehimena, JN Andriambelo, F. Huber, L.R. Razanakolana Download the poster   "Effet-centre" et fidélisation du patient infecté par le VIH dans le circuit de soin. Expérience de 2 pays Ouest-africains Autor(s) : F. Huber, A. Akondé, G. Lurton, I. Kamaye, AB. Dicko, S. Diallo, S. Tchiombiano, N. Daries, P. Teisseire, L. Pizarro Download the poster

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5th Francophone Conference in Casablanca

2010 |  Conferences

CAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

After Paris, Montreal, Brussels, actors in the fight against HIV gathered in Casablanca on March 28 to 31, for the Fifth Conference of Francophone fight against AIDS Doctors, researchers, associations and instititutionnels, South and North, have answered the call for four days of scientific discussions, experience sharing and solidarity! On this occasion, Solthis mobilized to participate in this major event in the fight against HIV: a delegation of 40 people, 4 oral presentations, 4 posters, a symposium and a stand! Read Solthis interviews with the Presidents of the Conference: Professor Hakima Himmich, Professor Eric Delaporte and Professor Gilles Brucker
Symposium 1 - Sunday, March 28 at 16h - Room Jouad El Jai Perspectives on the overlooked: which tools for what response?
  • Diagnosis, by epidemiologist Elizabeth Chicken (Epicentre). How to measure the level of defaults and how to define the issues of sight loss?
  • The analysis, by anthropologist Séverine Carillon (CEPED). Possible causes with the example of those lost to in Kayes, Mali.
  • Treatment, by Dr. Drissa Katile (NGOs Wale). The example of the active search for patients in Segou, Mali.
Introduction - Gregoire Lurton See the oral presentations of this conference See the posters

NEWSLETTER  9 : March 2010 - Special CASA

Lettre 9
This number is published on the occasion of the Francophone Conference, Solthis revisits some of which abstracts will be presented. Interviews with Himmich Pr, Pr Pr Delaporte & Brucker, the co-chairs of the Conference Screening: The déspistage initiated by the Caregiver and the rapid screening tests Biological monitoring: Reactions of experts to study the DART Folder on the phenomenon of Lost to: What tools? what response? Tuberculosis: The MDR / XDR and Practical Guide to WHO in its fight against infections Folder on the new WHO recommendations Pharmacy management tools
  1 Stand (n°8)
Stand n°8
Each day teams Solthis were present at the stand number 8 to host and their field activities.

CROI 2010 – San Francisco

2010 |  Conferences

OPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

CROI San Francisco - fév 2010April 21, Solthis and GIP ESTHER organized a return of the 17th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) held in San Francisco from February 16 to 20, 2010. This restoration has focused on the news of HIV to developing countries.   Moderator : Professor Christine Katlama (Solthis) and Pr Yazdan Yazdanpanah (CH Tourcoing) Introduction : Professor Gilles Brucker, Director of ESTHER Access to viral load : new technologies by Professor Christine Rouzioux, Necker Hospital for Sick Children News Mother and Child by Dr. Catherine Dollfus, Armand Trousseau Hospital Co-infections : TB / HIV by Dr. William Breton, Pitié Salpêtrière Access to ARVs - Lost to - Sexual transmission of HIV by Dr. Gilles Raguin, ESTHER Conclusion : Professor Christine Katlama, Pitié-Salpêtrière The presentations can be downloaded :

Level of viral load and antiretroviral resistance after 6 months of non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor first-line treatment in HIV-1-infected children in Mali

2010 |  Scientific Papers

MALIOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDSMOTHER AND CHILD HEALTH

Author(s) : D. Germanaud, A. Derache, M. Traoré, Y. Madec, S. Touré, F. Dicko, H. Coulibaly, M. Traoré, M. Sylla, V. Calvez, AG. Marcelin Journal : Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy - 2010 Jan;65(1):118-24

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Seminar on viral load and ARV resistance – Bamako, December 2009

2009 |  Conferences

MALIOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Séminaire sur la charge virale - Bamako déc 2009Solthis, GIP Esther and the Point G Hospital, organized the seminar "resistance" on 10 and 11 December 2009 in Bamako. More than fifty doctors and biologists from all over the country attended this training on viral load and resistance to ARVs patients living with HIV / AIDS. Several clinical cases were presented by the Malian and discussed with national medical authorities, also attended by experts from the Pitie-Salpetriere Hospital in Paris: Professor Christine Katlama, Prof. Vincent Calvez, Dr. Anne Genevieve Marcelin and Dr. Roland Tubiana .

3rd Scientific Sessions – Niamey, October 2009

2009

NIGERCAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDSTUBERCULOSISHEPATITIS

The Scientific Days, organized by the ULSS and CMT, in partnership with Solthis and GIP Esther, took place on 2 and 3 October 2009 in Niamey in the presence of Professor Katlama (Solthis President), Prof. Brucker (Treasurer Solthis and CEO of Esther) but also of Dr Kassi (Ivory Coast) and Professor Toure (Senegal). More than 250 physicians, health professionals, representatives of the fight against HIV, tuberculosis in Niger attended these days. Many topics on Chess therapeutic Opportunistic Infections, PMTCT, Accidents of exposure to blood and the delegation of tasks were discussed.

 

Analyse de la situation de la santé maternelle et infantile dans les centres de santé pour l’introduction de la PTME en Guinée

2009 |  Research papers

GUINEACAPACITY BUILDINGHEALTH SERVICEOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDSMOTHER AND CHILD HEALTH

Author : G. Cissé Tutors : Dr. Freddy Perez, ISPED - University Bordeaux 2 and Dr. Louis Pizarro, Solthis Partners : ISPED

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Le vécu quotidien des personnes vivant avec le VIH à Niamey

2008 |  Research papers

NIGEROPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author : A. Diarra et A. Moumouni - preface : JP. Olivier de Sardan Research assistants : M. Moha, O. Issaka, A. Ousseini Partners : LASDEL

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ICASA – Dakar, december 2008

2008 |  Conferences

CAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

Stand Solthis ICASA Dakar Déc 2008The 15th International Conference on AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Africa was held from 3 to 7 December 2008 in Dakar. It was an important time to take stock of the various initiatives in the fight against HIV / AIDS implemented in Africa.
For Solthis, this conference was an opportunity to present at international level, the work done for 5 years, its action on the ground every day, in direct support of care teams and national health policies. Several papers were presented by members of Solthis, a satellite-symposium was organized, open to the public of broadcasts in partnership with RFI have been put in place ... Every day, the teams were present at booth to greet visitors and answer their questions.
An oral presentation
View lost in Segou (Mali) What drives HIV patients who receive free care to give it up and leave the circuit centers of care? To try to answer this question, Gregory Lurton, project manager of information systems, presented the investigation into the missing=in Segou and the work on information system support. View lost in Segou, Gregory Lurton

Communications posted

Solthis members have hosted several debates.

A symposium in partnership with the RESAPSI
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Dr. Diallo Sanata - December 2008

 
Solthis, in partnership with the Respasi (African Network of Practitioners Providing the Medical Management of People Living with HIV AIDS), held a symposium on satellite support transfronalière of phas in Africa. Indeed, more and more patients living with HIV / AIDS are required to travel within Africa. These movements can compromise the quality of their support for issues related to harmonization of the provision of care, equity of access to care, monitoring and tracking of patients and the vulnerability of these patients.    
  A partnership with RFI
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Solthis and the issuance of Priority Health Hédon Claire, broadcast daily on RFI, have partnered to offer the public a forum of ICASA. A recording booth in the center of the village association was installed to host two shows.
Priority health - Thursday, december 4
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The first issuance took hold of the XV ICASA for an update on the current state of research on treatments against HIV: what the state of research in the North and the South? Professor Jean-Francois Delfraissy, Director of the ANRS, Professor Papa Salif Sow, Co-Chair of the Scientific Program Committee of the XV ICASA and Dr Diallo Sanata, medical coordinator in Niger Solthis met to take stock of research and its implementation in countries in Africa. They answer questions from the public and Claire Hédon of ICASA.
Priority health - Friday, december 5
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What about access to treatment in Africa, what is the state of care for patients living with HIV / AIDS? In a second issue carried out as part of the XV ICASA, Claire Hédon pose his questions to Professor Christine Katlama of Pitie Salpetriere Hospital in Paris, and President of Solthis, Dr. Alain Akondé, Medical Coordinator for Solthis Mali and Pr Serge Eholié CHU Treichville in Abidjan.

ICASA – Dakar, december 2008

2008 |  Oral presentations

MALICAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

Les perdus de vue de la région de Ségou, au Mali Author(s) : G. Lurton Download the presentation   Prise en charge transfrontalière des PVAVS : le point de vue du soignant Author(s) : S. Diallo Download the presentation   Migrations transfrontalières en Afrique de l'Ouest : le regard des sciences sociales Author(s) : S. Tchiombiano Download the presentation   Continuum des soins et politique d'accès aux traitements des IST/VIH/SIDA dans les cinq pays du Corridor Abidjan-Lagos Author(s) : J. Koffi Download the presentation   La PEC transfrontalière des PVVIH : recommandations Author(s) : S. Diallo Download the presentation   Questions posées et enjeux de l'adoption d'une loi spécifique sur le VIH/sida : le cas du Niger Author(s) : S. Tchiombiano Download the presentation

XVth ICASA – Dakar, December 2008

2008 |  Posters

MADAGASCARMALINIGERCAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDSTUBERCULOSIS

HIV/AIDS care and follow-up on a national scale in low resource settings: experience of the Niger Initiative on Antiretroviral Access (INAARV), Niger Author(s) : M. Ide, Y. Madec, M. Boubacar, E. Adehossi, C. Dezé, GM. Lawal, O. Amadou, S. Diallo, C. Pizzocolo, IA. Touré, S. Mamadou, C. Katlama and the National Technical Committee Download the presentation   Pilot cell comprehensive care: a multidisciplinary service orientation and listening PHAs, Niger Author(s) : A. Alzouma, C. Dezé, B. Sabo, M. Bako, S. Maman, I. Mourtala, M. Goundara, F. Djermakoye, M. Ide, F. Aeberhard Download the presentation   The impact of prior recourse to traditional medicine on the out-of-pocket expenditure of HIV/AIDS patients in Niger Author(s): S. Walker, S. Tchiombiano, A. Maiga, R. Hassane, M. Idé, AH. Souna, V. Bignon, O. Weil, L. Pizarro Download the presentation   Incidence and risk factor for tuberculosis (TB) in HIV patients on ART, Niger Author(s): A. Foucher, Y. Madec, S. Diallo, Z. Thiousso, I. Dillé, S. Gambo, HA. Souna, A. Oumarou, A. Manou, GM. Laoual, Al. Touré, C. Pizzocolo, L. Pizarro, A. Fontanet Download the presentation   Decentralized access to triple therapy and viral load monitoring in West Africa (Mali) Author(s) : A. Akondé, Y. Madec, AB. Dicko, I. Haidarra, I. Katile, B. Diarra, M. Kye, A. Doumbia, C. Pizzocolo, C. Katlama and the Segou Medical Technical Committee Download the presentation   A method of HAART decentralization in rural areas: Solthis' experience in Segou (Mali) Author(s) : P. Teisseire, A. Akondé, C. Pizzocolo, S. Calmettes, S. Dalglish, N. Bodo, L. Pizarro Download the presentation   Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV (PMTCT) in a rural setting : the experience of the Segou region in Mali Author(s) : CD. Traoré, A.akondé, T. Samake, T. Traoré, Y. Coulibaly, O. Coulibaly, A. Sidibé, D. Germanaud, Z. Traoré, A. Maiga, AG. Marcelin, C. Pizzocolo, C. Katlama and the Segou Medical Technical Committee Download the presentation   Appraisal of treatment modification in HIV patient follow-up in the region of Segou (Mali) Author(s) : J. Landier, A. Akondé, C. Pizzocolo, I. Haidara, M. Drabo, L. Pizarro, A. Fontanet, C. Katlama, Y. Madec Download the presentation   Etude virologique chez des sujets VIH-1 suivis à Madagascar Author(s) : F. Lamontagne, S. Andriantsimietry, ML. Chaix, JP. Viard, M. Randria, J. Nely, S. Randriamampionona, C. Aguilar, S. Royer, C. Pizzocolo, LR. Razanakolona, C. Rouzioux Download the presentation

International AIDS Conference – Mexico City, August 2008

2008 |  Posters

MALINIGERCAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

HIV-infected children in the context of the Niger Initiative on Antiretroviral Access (INAARV), Niger (West Africa) Author(s) : R. Abdoulaye-Mamadou, I. Adehossi, Y. Madec, C. Dezé, W. Alkassoum, M. Mahamane, I. Daouda, M. Amadou, D. Germanaud, C. Pizzocolo, S. Mamadou, C. Katlama and the National Technical Pediatric Committee Download the presentation   Looking for lost to follow-up patients: experiences of Segou (Mali) Author(s) : G. Lurton, A. Akondé, Y. Madec, P. Teisseire, T. Traore, B. Touré, D. Cissé, C. Koumaré, C. Pizzocolo, L. Pizarro, C. Katlama, and the Segou Medical Technical Committee Download the presentation

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

2008 |  Research papers

MALIHEALTH SERVICEOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMHIV / 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

NIGERHEALTH SERVICEOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHEALTH WORKFORCEHIV / AIDS

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

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GERES – Cotonou, Bénin, march 2008

2008 |  Oral presentations

NIGERSTRENGTHENING SYSTEMS AND HEALTH SERVICESOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Enquête comportementale face aux Accidents d'Exposition au Sang (AES) dans deux structures sanitaires de Zinder (Niger) Author(s) : M. Aminou Brah, C. Dézé

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

2007 |  Research papers

BENINOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHEALTH FINANCINGGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHIV / AIDS

Author : P. Bonvalet Partners : Sciences Po

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HIV drug resistance after the use of generic fixed-dose combination staduvine/lamiduvine/ nevirapine as standard first-line regimen

2007 |  Scientific Papers

MALIOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author(s) : AG. Marcelin, B. Jarrousse, A. Derache, M. Ba, ML. Dakouo, A. Doumbia, I. Haidara, A. Maïga, G. Carcelain, G. Peytavin, C. Katlama, V. Calvez Journal : Aids - 2007, 12;21(17):2341-3

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

2007 |  Scientific Papers

BENINOPERATIONAL RESEARCHGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHIV / 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

NIGEROPERATIONAL RESEARCHGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHIV / 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

NIGEROPERATIONAL RESEARCHHEALTH FINANCINGGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHIV / 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

MALIOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHEALTH FINANCINGGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMHIV / AIDS

Author : Shi Weijing Partners : Sciences Po

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Francophone Conference – Paris, march 2007

2007 |  Oral presentations

CAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

L'observance au Niger : une approche socio-anthropologique utile à l'action Author(s) : JP. Olivier de Sardan, A. Diarra, A. Moumouni Download the presentation   Evaluation des patients VIH/Sida ayant bénéficié d'un traitement ARV au sein de l'INAARV (Initiative Nigérienne d'Accès aux Antirétroviraux) : résultats à 2 ans Author(s) : M. Idé Download the presentation   Infections opportunistes (IO) chez les patients infectés par le VIH traités par ARV au sein de l'INAARV (Initiative Nigérienne d'Accès aux Antirétroviraux) Author(s) : B. Madougou Download the presentation   Solthis : une ONG médicale au service des pays du Sud Author(s) : L. Pizarro Download the presentation

Francophone Conference – Paris, march 2007

2007 |  Posters

MALICAPACITY BUILDINGOPERATIONAL RESEARCHADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

Evaluation d'un programme d'accès décentralisé aux antirétroviraux au Mali Author(s) : AB. Dicko, MH. Maiga, A. Akondé, Y. Madec, C. Pizzocolo, le Comité thérapeutique de Ségou et le groupe de travail Solthis Download the poster   Mise en place de la numération des lymphocytes T CD4+ par cytométrie de flux et suivi immunitaire des patients sous traitement antirétroviral à Ségou (Mali) Author(s) : A. Maiga, B. Jarrousse, I. Haidara, L. Tegna, G. Carcelain, B. Autran, C. Katlama, le comité thérapeutique de Ségou et le groupe de travail Solthis Download the poster   Evaluation des enfants de moins de 5 ans nés de mères séropositives incluses dans l'INAARV Author(s) : R. Abdoulaye-Mamadou, G.M. Lawal, A. Soumana, A. Gali-Yaroh, I. Adéossi, A. Harakoye, A. Diatta, M. Idé, Saïdou, C. Dézé, le comité médical technique du Niger et le groupe de travail Solthis Download the poster

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

2007 |  Research papers

NIGEROPERATIONAL RESEARCHGOVERNANCE AND HEALTH POLICIESHIV / 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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Evolution of genetic diversity and drug resistance mutations in HIV-1 among untreated patients from Mali between 2005 and 2006

2008 |  Scientific Papers

MALIOPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Author(s) : A. Derache, Al. Maiga, O. Traoré, A. Akondé, M. Cissé, B. Jarrousse, V. Koita, B. Diarra, G. Carcelain, F. Barin, C. Pizzocolo, L. Pizarro, C. Katlama, V. Calvez, AG. Marcelin Journal : Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy - Sep;62(3):456-63

International Aids Society – Toronto, july 2006

2006 |  Posters

CAPACITY BUILDINGADVOCACYHIV / AIDS

Solthis : sharing medical expertise to promote national skills Author(s) : L. Pizarro, N. Bodo, P. Teisseire, S. Tchiombiano, D. da Conceiçao, S. Royer

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XIVème ICASA – Abuja, december 2005

2005 |  Oral presentations

NIGEROPERATIONAL RESEARCHHIV / AIDS

Evaluation of safety and toxicity of nevirapine-containing regimen (D4T-3TC-NVP) in ARV nevirapine naive patients in Niamey (Niger) Author(s) : V. Meyssonnier-Pizarro

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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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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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Card game “The Therapeutic involved”

CAPACITY BUILDINGHIV / AIDS

For active learning and fun of the management of HIV Solthis offers a card game "The Therapeutic involved" in the form of a box intended for health professionals from developing countries to improve their knowledge of the management of HIV and its control in daily practice. Designed in 2008, this game has been used and tested regularly during the training provided by Solthis teams and their partners on the ground. Sidaction to support for building Solthis pharmacists, helped edit a...

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