Tag Archives: Lesotho

HIV: Best practices lead to a practical guide for lowering mother-to-child transmission of HIV

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The following is a guest post by Elizabeth Sutherland, PhD, of MEASURE Evaluation The Partnership for HIV-Free Survival was an innovative project designed to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV in six sub-Saharan African countries: Kenya, Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, and Uganda. An evaluation of these programs, conducted in 2018, revealed several best practices that […]

Fighting TB in the mountains of Lesotho

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This live blog is from the Pacific Health Summit in Seattle, a three-day meeting that opened Tuesday night. Its focus is the global response to multidrug-resistant tuberculosis. At one session at the Pacific Health Summit today, Dr. Mphu Ramatlapeng, Lesotho’s minister of health, told delegates that the best way for developing countries to fight TB […]