Fixing the leaks in the 95-95-95 Cascade: A case study for recent infection surveillance data use in Namibia
This is the second webinar of the Measurement & Surveillance of HIV Epidemics (MeSH) Consortium series: Strengthening Routine HIV Data – A Female Researcher’s Perspective. This webinar is presented by Ndeshi Conteh and Susie Welty from the University of California, San Francisco. During this webinar, the speakers will discuss:
- the use of Recent Infection Surveillance System data from 5 districts in Namibia in the context of their time-space cluster investigation
- how the study highlights gaps in national HIV programs on index partner testing, pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), ART retention, and cross-border challenges with transmission and linkage to care.
Ndeshi Conteh currently works as a Clinical Surveillance Specialist at the Namibia Global Programs for Research & Training, University of California, San Francisco. She is also currently pursuing a PHD of Public Health with the University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. Ndeshi has a solid background in the coordination and management of health programs, with a strong emphasis on monitoring and evaluation, reporting, research, training and quality assurance.
Susie Welty is the Senior Program Manager for Tanzania projects in Global Strategic Information, University of California, San Francisco. She has been involved in integrated bio-behavioral surveillance surveys, antiretroviral outcomes studies, triangulation projects, data quality assessments, M&E assessments, the development of a masters program in Health Monitoring and Evaluation, and the development of a national M&E plan for Tanzania.
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