Malawi

In 2016, I-TECH Malawi joined The Kuunika Project: Data for Action, a four-year program funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and implemented through the Government of Malawi and partners. It aims to establish a strong base of high-quality, routinely available data and an ingrained culture of data use among technicians and policy makers in the health sector, using HIV as a first use case.

Since 2003, I-TECH Malawi has provided technical assistance to the Malawi Ministry of Health and partners to support national health systems strengthening initiatives and a timely national HIV response through the implementation of robust prevention, care, and treatment strategies along the care continuum. Through PEPFAR support, I-TECH has made significant contributions to the country’s capacity to develop a competent health care workforce and administer quality HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs.

Program Highlights

Field Epidemiology Training Program in Malawi
The Frontline Field Epidemiology Training Program (Frontline FETP) enhances the capacity of HIV and AIDS surveillance and strengthens health systems. The program contributes to a sustainable response to HIV by training health professionals in basic field epidemiology that can support responsiveness to HIV surveillance needs.  ...
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Pre-Service Capacity Building in Malawi
I-TECH Malawi works closely with pre-service training partners and regulatory bodies to strengthen educational programs and ensure the safe delivery of quality health services. I-TECH works with a wide range of stakeholders and partners to the Nursing Midwifery Technician (NMT) program to develop knowledge, build skills, and strengthen the process ...
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Technical Support to the National HIV Response in Malawi
I-TECH seconded staff work in collaboration with government officers and program managers, and bring technical expertise to efforts to strengthen health systems ...
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