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Today at 16:30-17:50 CEST join the TREATS team at #UnionConf as they present the initial findings for the TREATS universal screening and treatment for TB-HIV in Zambia and South Africa. Join to hear the presentations and a live Q&A: bit.ly/UnionConfTREATS #UnionConf #EndTB…

Zambart handed over various assets to the Livingstone District Health Office and the Livingstone Central Hospital on 16th July 2021 in a mixed physical and virtual event. Representing Zambart in Livingstone was Mr Clement Mwakamui, Zambart’s District Administrator who handed…

Dr Alwyn Mwinga, Zambart’s Executive Director handing over a motor vehicle to a Choma District Health office representative at Zambart Head Office. This was in addition to the donation of various assets donated to the Choma District Health Office to…

In the COVID-19 new normal of doing things, Zambart donated various assets to the Kitwe District Health Office, Kitwe Central Hospital, Ndola District Health Office and Arthur Davison Children’s Hospital virtually. Items donated include laboratory equipment (includes an incubator and…

Zambart has been awarded the 2020 Research and Development Institution Merit Award by the National Science and Technology Council. This is in recognition of Zambart’s contribution to research and development in Zambia and beyond since 1989.

Wednesday 26 August 2020 (Lusaka, Zambia)—A major TB study currently underway and aimed at investigating methods to reduce TB prevalence and infection in Zambia and South Africa will soon begin testing for COVID-19 using existing mobile TB testing facilities in…

You may view the abstracts from the Workshop under the link below. International Workshop on HIV & Adolescence 2020

Sepo III is a study that aimed to identify and showcase ‘promising practices’ (e.g. policies, programs, services, community initiatives, or other innovations) providing support for young people (0-24 years of age) living with HIV. MEDIA BRIEF LINK

The PopART trial, also known as HPTN 071, delivered community-wide HIV prevention interventions in combination with universal test and treat to 21 communities in Zambia and South Africa. PRESS RELEASE LINK