Conducting implementation science research to examine program effects and strategies for reducing HIV risk among adolescent girls and young women and their partners, and to build assets.
Providing technical assistance for data collection on HIV-related risk and health-utilization behaviors in order to estimate HIV/STI prevalence and strengthen the capacity to collect, manage, analyze, and translate data for programs.
Supporting a training program on field epidemiology and mentorships on data analysis and scientific writing, collating secondary data sources, and implementing HIV testing.
Working with the Government of Ghana, private partners, and civil society to control the HIV epidemic in the Western region by implementing index testing, contact tracing and testing, outreach testing, and activities for case managers to link clients to antiretroviral therapy.
Bringing together multi-sectoral partners involved in the implementation of HIV services and those receiving services, prioritizing youth, to share lessons, build capacity, discuss future priorities, and create a forum for continued dialogue.
Developing case studies to better understand and document best practices, and innovative, unique, effective and high learning impact approaches and practices by ZAMFAM on OVC Case Management; and equipping families with improved communication through the Families Matter! Program.
Leading social and behavioral change research for proven interventions to support developing countries’ health and development outcomes, including demand for modern family planning, maternal and child death prevention, and AIDS and malaria eradication.
Ensuring comprehensive HIV and STI prevention, care, and treatment for high-risk groups by expanding HIV self-testing, communication on COVID-19-related health messages and prevention materials, and HIV treatment for patients while ensuring protection for frontline workers.
Mitigating the impact of HIV for individuals at high risk, including men who have sex with men, female sex workers, and persons who inject drugs.
Engaging the community to reduce stigma and discrimination associated with HIV among adolescent girls and young women; developing adolescent-responsive health facilities; and evaluating the impact of providing information on cervical cancer and HIV and reproductive health services.