Uganda’s Health Information System, Use Of Data Helps Prevent Mother-To-Child HIV Transmission
ONE Blog: Data is helping Uganda eliminate mother-to-child HIV transmission
Betty Kagoro, communications specialist, and Erik Friedly, associate director for communication, both at the CDC-Uganda, discuss the importance of data in preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Uganda, writing, “Preventing Uganda’s children from acquiring HIV at birth is achievable, but requires an organized, accessible, and well-functioning information system as a key component of the nation’s overall health system” (8/24).
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