Year: 2021

End of TREATS and TREATS COVID-19 Studies and Combined Sharing of Preliminary Results Dissemination Civil Society Event took place at Zambart House on 3rd December 2022. The objective of the meeting was to disseminate the TREATS findings to civil society…

The national, district and community dissemination activities of the preliminary study report of TREATS Project and TREATS COVID-19 study took place from 15th November 2021 to 10th December, 2021. The aim of these dissemination meetings was to inform key stakeholders…

Zipime Weka Schista! (Do self-testing sister) Is a one- stop home self-sampling for female genital schistosomiasis, HPV, Trichomonas and HIV as a cost-effective and self-empowering strategy to increase case detection and improve access to care for women of reproductive age…

Tuberculosis (TB) in Zambia continues to be one of the major causes of morbidity and mortality. Despite fairly good treatment success rates for drug susceptible TB (DS-TB), Drug Resistant TB (DR-TB) has continued to be a growing problem in Zambia.…

Supporting Community Engagement to Promote Tuberculosis Research Ethics and Science (SCEPTRES). Grant Ref: TMA2019CDF-2788 This study is premised on the evidence that community engagement is often undervalued in clinical trials despite being intrinsic to the ethical implementation and outcomes of…

Bringing Down Hurdles for Female Genital Schistosomiasis Access to Care: A Multi-Country Socio-Structural Integrated Approach to Developing A Community-Based Teaching Platform Female genital schistosomiasis (FGS) affects over 45 million women worldwide and mostly in sub-Saharan Africa. It is possibly the…