This study builds on the USAID-funded prevention of mother-to-child transmission service delivery program (IMPROVE) already being implemented by Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation in Lesotho. Rather than designing a suite of entirely new services and delivery platforms, the intervention (conducted under Project SOAR) focused on improving existing services and strengthening the connection between facility- and community-based care. This brief describes the approach and key quantitative findings of the costing component of the IMPROVE intervention from the service provider perspective.
Adesina, Adebiyi, Rachael Linder, and Lori Bollinger. 2021. "Optimizing maternal, newborn, and child health outcomes through use of multidisciplinary 'IMPROVE' teams in Lesotho: Costing component," Project SOAR Results Brief. Washington, DC: Population Council.
Supporting Operational AIDS Research (Project SOAR)