HPP-Congo develops targeted active case-finding model to detect TB in hot spots
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) remains in all three of WHO’s high burden lists for TB, HIV/TB, and MDR-TB. With aTB treatment coverage of only 57% and a low treatment success rate, targeted TB interventions are limited in comparison to other countries in the Southern African Development Community. Detection rates are very low at 48%.
The US Government launched a US$24 million project “Transform Nutrition” in Nampula in December 2019, implemented by ADPP Mozambique with collaborating partners, h2n Association, Lúrio University (UniLúrio), Viamo and the Global Alliance for Nutrition Improvement (GAIN).
In November, the HUMANA People to People Italy’s Sustainability Report received two important awards, which make us particularly happy and proud of the work done.
Humana People to People attended the International Conference on AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Africa (ICASA) in Kigali, Rwanda from 2 to 7 December, 2019.
Helping small farmers in Namibia fight drought
The Kavango population in Namibia is on the brink of a climate emergency, having faced ongoing drought for three years.