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Sunday, July 08, 2007 

Batey (Dominican Republic): Innovations in Practices toward Access to Universal Care and HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs
In the fight against HIV/AIDS, Universal Access to Care and Prevention Programs brings-in numerous challenges, where the calls for improvements in terms of sectoral planning and capacity development can be summed up as quintessential and pro-active measures.
And within this nexus, evidential approaches in public policies and practices have been stressing the facts that solid and comprehensive prevention programs should take into consideration, or I should rather say weigh the effectiveness of counseling and testing services at community levels.
In a nutshell, dynamics that call for the emergence of innovative approaches to strengthen the reach/capacity of surveillance and aid in service planning mechanisms.

As a matter of fact, in talking about innovations under these areas, the case of this joint project in the Dominican Republic (Batey area) between the Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), Mailman School of Public Health and Batey Relief Alliance shed significant lights about the way that monitoring and evaluation typologies can help target and identify effective delivery of services, counseling and organizational capacity toward low-income and vulnerable groups, More >>>

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