Where We Work
Contains information on I-TECH country projects.
I-TECH has been working in Botswana since 2004 to build capacity for addressing Botswana's HIV/AIDS epidemic. In collaboration with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Global AIDS Program in Botswana (BOTUSA), the Botswana Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Local Government, and the University of Botswana, I-TECH builds human and institutional capacity in training and strategic information.
I-TECH provides the Caribbean HIV/AIDS Regional Training (CHART) Network and other organizations in the region with targeted technical assistance in the areas of clinical mentoring of physicians and nurses, quality improvement, operational systems strengthening, and instructional design.
I-TECH has been invited to collaborate with the Ministry of Health of the People's Republic of China and other organizations to strengthen training and support for health care workers in the care and treatment of individuals with HIV and AIDS.
I-TECH has been working in Côte d’Ivoire since December of 2008 and currently supports two distinct projects: the development and implementation of electronic laboratory information systems for three central laboratories, and rapid scale up for HIV care and treatment services in the northeastern region of the country.
In Ethiopia, I-TECH delivers technical assistance that enhances antiretroviral treatment (ART) service delivery and develops human resources in HIV/AIDS care. I-TECH provides an array of technical, clinical, laboratory, and operational support to 38 health care sites in the three northern regions of Amhara, Afar, and Tigray.
I-TECH's Guyana Program closed on March 25, 2011. I-TECH has been working in collaboration with Ministry of Health and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Global AIDS Program (CDC GAP) since 2005 to support capacity building in Guyana. The overall goal of I-TECH's work in Guyana is to coordinate and ensure high-quality training in HIV and AIDS care and treatment nationwide, according to national policy and international standards.
Since early 2004, I-TECH has been working in close collaboration with the Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Population (MSPP) and partners to increase clinical skills and strengthen technical capacity to respond to the devastating HIV/AIDS epidemic. I-TECH's programs in Haiti are focused on improving HIV/AIDS treatment and care through expansion of services in medical sites and improved training for health care workers.
I-TECH has been working in India since 2003 to equip health workers with enhanced knowledge and skills to care for people with HIV. I-TECH aims to enhance human capacity for HIV care and support in high-prevalence states in India through trainings and clinical mentoring visits at hospitals, antiretroviral treatment centers, non-governmental organizations, and other health centers.
I-TECH is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National AIDS/STD Control Programme (NASCOP) in Kenya to improve the use of health management information systems (HMIS) for patient management, clinical quality improvement, and reporting.
Since 2003, I-TECH Malawi has provided technical assistance to the Malawi Ministry of Health and partners, supporting efforts to strengthen the national health system. Drawing on expertise from I-TECH’s global network, including the University of Washington and the University of California, San Francisco, I-TECH builds capacity in HIV care and treatment, monitoring and evaluation, logistics, grants management, and program management at the national and local levels.
I-TECH initiated its activities in Mozambique in December 2005 through an invitation from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Global AIDS Program (CDC GAP), Mozambique. I-TECH Mozambique's main objective is to build capacity within the Ministry of Health (MISAU) to address the shortage of personnel qualified to diagnose and treat individuals with HIV and AIDS.
In Namibia, leaders are leveraging the country’s relative prosperity to address key health challenges, which include wide income disparities, high HIV prevalence, and a shortage of skilled health care workers. These efforts are providing quality care to a greater number of Namibians and steadily improving health outcomes. Since 2003, I-TECH Namibia has provided technical assistance and training to support this success.
Since 2003, I-TECH has been working in South Africa at the request of the National and Provincial Departments of Health (DOH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Global AIDS Program (CDC GAP), South Africa, to help implement the South African government’s Operational Plan for comprehensive HIV and AIDS Care, Management, and Treatment.
I-TECH works with the Tanzania Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW) to strengthen training and support for health care workers in the care and treatment of individuals with HIV and AIDS. I-TECH's activities in Tanzania focus on building the necessary human resources and infrastructure for training health care workers and on building capacity to provide HIV and tuberculosis (TB)/HIV services, including antiretroviral therapy (ART).