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Ogumaniha Community-Based Voluntary Counseling and Testing Campaigns: Ile, Maganja da Costa and Chinde Districts, October 2011–September 2012.

By Troy D. Moon (503477), Ezequiel B. Ossemane (646329), Ann F. Green (636664), Elisée Ndatimana (636665), Eurico José (646330), Charlotte P. Buehler (646331), C. William Wester (250717), Sten H. Vermund (157601) and Omo Olupona (636668)

Abstract

<p><b>*</b>District Prevalence Estimates are based on the percent of pregnant women testing HIV seropositive at antenatal care clinics (routine PMTCT data) from the districts main health facility for the period October 2011–September 2012.</p><p><b>**</b>Zambézia Province HIV prevalence as reported by INSIDA, 2009<sup>13</sup>.</p><p>Ogumaniha Community-Based Voluntary Counseling and Testing Campaigns: Ile, Maganja da Costa and Chinde Districts, October 2011–September 2012.</p

Topics: Biological Sciences, 3 districts, Antiretroviral therapy, community HIV testing results, Geospatial Mapping, ArcGIS 10.1. Travel distance, guide planning decisions, VCT activities, Health Facility Data, planning program expansion, October 2011, district level, September 2012. Maps, clinics offering ART.ConclusionsUse, mozambique, transportation access, treatment monitoring, HIV seropositivity rates, source databases, Voluntary Counseling, vs, VCT volunteers, Maganja da Costa, Antiretroviral Therapy Program Expansion, 10 km radius, program planning, delivery points, Integrated Health Planning ObjectiveTo, program expansion.MethodsProgram information
Year: 2014
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0109653.t002
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/1208147
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