Project presentation

INTE-AFRICA (Integrating and decentralising HIV, diabetes and hypertension services in Africa) is a European Commission-funded project that aims to test the efficacy of integrating diabetes and hypertension services alone, or together with HIV-infection services, in two sub-Saharan African countries: Uganda and Tanzania.

The project brings together six European and three sub-Saharan African partners, and its results are expected to be relevant and applicable to other conditions and other sub-Saharan African countries.


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πŸ’¬ "Research is also needed to provide evidence on the potential of health system integration of non-communicable diseases and #HIV services", says Katie Bates, Senior Research Associated at @RespondAfrica.


#INTEAFRICA cc @capicchio @LSTMnews

The #INTEAFRICA project team brings us closer to part of their team!

πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ’» Katie Bates is demographer and epidemiologist, based at the @LSTMnews and currently involved in the @RespondAfrica's #METAproject.


cc @EU_H2020 @capicchio @JVLazarus

Connecting Citizens to #NCDs in East #Africa #podcast wt @Kim_Ozano & @jo_okebe

Economic impacts of #NCD wt @josephinebirun1 & @WatitiStephen

@RespondAfrica @DrJamesPrior @MRC_Uganda
@MildmayUganda @LSTMnews @LSHTM

❓What areas of #HIV and #NCD research do you think are being neglected? How has the field of integrated care been changing?

Esther Nkiinzi answers these and other questions on the #INTEAFRICA website.


cc @RespondAfrica @capicchio

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