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The program has been undertaking a series of programmatic improvement strategies. The key focus this year will be strategies that improves quality of the Program through evidence driven approaches. In HCBC, the focus will be to support the streamlining of the community HIV care, home visits to PLHIV and strengthened the linkage with health facilities (HF) through the linked CHWs and strengthening linked HCBC desks in high volume ART HF to ensure completeness of referrals.
In PMTCT component monthly tracking and analysis of effectiveness of the various approaches has provided valuable insights that necessitate the deliberate efforts to track all clients, re-allocation of targets between SRs and linkage with CHEWs for quarterly confirmation of HF deliveries. In MARPs programming, the programme is facilitating delivery of health services to MARPs through 3 models i.e. outreach, peer led and fixed site models. This is because these populations are largely hidden and require innovative approaches to be effectively reached. There are national standard service package for each service model which is the focus of the grant service delivery to beneficiaries. In year 2013, there were 6 fixed sites that are operational throughout the country..