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Ministry of Health Rolls out Option B+ for eMTCT in Eastern Uganda

Posted by Foundation for Reproductive and Tropical Health on April 16, 2013 at 9:00 AM

The ministry of health is in the process of rolling out the Option B+ intervention for virtual elimination of mother to child transmission (eMTCT) of HIV to the children in Eastern Uganda.

The roll out is being implemented by the USAID supported STAR-E programme. Activities include training of trainers, training of health workers, stake holder mobilization, logistics and supply chain strengthening and strengthening reporting mechanisms.

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Reply Dr Mulongo Muhamed
3:24 PM on January 5, 2014 
Great news for saving a generation.

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