This week, from 18-22 July, HIV/AIDS researchers and advocates from all over the world are gathering in Durban, South Africa for the International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016). mothers2mothers (m2m) is sharing our research findings through oral and poster presentations through out the course of the week.
Here are the posters on display at AIDS 2016:
- Impact and Economic Evaluation of the Kenya Mentor Mothers Program (KMMP)
Authors: M.W. Sirengo, R. Wafula, M. Simba, N. Fulton, S. Chapman
- Uptake of prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services by adolescents and young women compared to older women: evidence from a retrospective cohort analysis in six Sub-Saharan African countries.
Authors: N.K. Chihana, S. Chapman, S. Sandfolo, E. Scheepers, K. Schmitz
- Telephonic Defaulter Tracing by Mentor Mothers
Authors: W. Nango, R. Towett, C. Muruka, M. Simba
- Mentor Mothers enhancing the quality of PMTCT services through adherence support in Uganda
Authors: S. Auma, H. Natukunda, D. Matsiko, M. Mbule