Category Archive for "Ongoing Projects"

Georgian Solution for a Post-Soviet TB Program: Can Integration into Primary Health Care Improve TB Treatment?

Introduction and Overview Curatio International Foundation in partnership with Queen Margaret University (UK), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (UK) and Antwerp Institute of Tropical Medicine (Belgium) is implementing a study “Designing and evaluating provider results-based financing for tuberculosis…

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Designing and evaluating provider results-based financing for tuberculosis care in Georgia (RBF4TB)

Introduction and Overview CIF in partnership with Queen Margaret University (UK), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (UK) and Antwerp Institute of Tropical Medicine (Belgium) is implementing a study “Designing and evaluating provider results-based financing for tuberculosis care in…

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Barriers and Facilitators to Screening and Treatment of HCV among IV drug-users in the Republic of Georgia: A Formative Qualitative Study

Introduction and Overview In Georgia HCV treatment has become accessible to the population through a new government initiative. This initiative entails the provision of costly HCV treatment drugs at a lower cost (60% lower than the market price) to the…

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TB and AIDS Management Programs Transition and Sustainability Plan Development Project

Introduction and Overview The Global Fund is one the major donor organization for TB, AIDS and Malaria programs management worldwide. It has operated in Georgia since 2003. Many achievements have been met thanks to the Global Fund. These include malaria…

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TB Community Systems Strengthening (TBCSS) Project in Georgia

Introduction and Overview The Curatio International Foundation has been designated a Round 7 Challenge Facility for Civil Society (CFCS) grantee. CFCS, funded by the Stop TB partnership, is a mechanism that provides grants to technically sound, innovative interventions, to support…

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What can be done to improve treatment adherence among tuberculosis patients in Georgia: A look through the health system lens

Introduction and Overview The Curatio International Foundation has implemented a new research project that aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the factors associated with loss in follow-up among TB patients. The project has two main objectives. The first is…

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