Report of a Lessons Learnt Workshop on the Six ProTEST Pilot Projects in Malawi, South Africa and Zambia (Durban, South Africa, 3–6 February 2003)
The ProTEST initiative was established in 1997 by WHO to develop a more coherent response to tuberculosis (TB) in settings with high HIV prevalence through collaboration between TB and HIV/AIDS control programs. HIV counseling and testing services were developed as the entry point to a package of prevention, care and support services. Six model ProTEST projects were established in three countries with a high burden of HIV-related TB; project results were reviewed during this workshop. This page offers the executive summary with results and conclusions and provides access to the full text on the WHO site.   (27/Jul/2004)
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