Differentiated Service Delivery 2018: Innovations, Best Practices, and Lessons Learned
Join CQUIN at AIDS 2018 in Amsterdam for our satellite session on DSD innovations, best practices, and lessons learned.
The HIV Coverage, Quality, and Impact Network (CQUIN) is a multi-country learning network dedicated to improving differentiated service delivery for people living with HIV.
By 2020, network countries will take differentiated service delivery to scale, enabling more people living with HIV to initiate and sustain high-quality treatment, improving individual health and achieving population-level impact.
We support countries as they share knowledge and tools to advance differentiated service delivery, and facilitate joint learning about the science of scale-up. Each country has focus areas and catalytic projects based on local needs. CQUIN provides a unique platform for these countries to benefit from the experiences of the others and apply it to their own initiatives.
Côte d’Ivoire is scaling up three-monthly ART refills nationwide, and is considering developing community-based differentiated care models.Learn More
Ethiopia is currently scaling-up appointment spacing nationwide. The Federal Ministry of Health has also endorsed the use of the health care worker managed group models.Learn More
CQUIN projects include a study of adolescents with HIV to identify their treatment priorities.
Building on Mozambique’s experience with CAGs, CQUIN explores models of care for patients with “unstable” HIV.Learn More
A leader in innovative DSD, South Africa is prioritizing health facility and community-based models, as well as DSD for adolescents and patients with advanced HIV.Learn More
CQUIN is exploring optimal approaches to differentiated care for patients with both HIV and hypertension.
Uganda is scaling up DSD for stable patients and those who are co-infected with TB/HIV, pregnant women, children, and adolescents.Learn More
CQUIN supports a Differentiated Care Coordinator at the Ministry of Health, among other projects.Learn More
A study of barriers and facilitators to male engagement in differentiated care is just part of the CQUIN portfolio in Zimbabwe.