Adolescent Innovation Project (AIP)

Adolescent Innovation Project (AIP)

Short title: AIP

Full title: Adolescent Innovations Project

Summary: The Wits RHI Adolescent Innovations Project (AIP) is a five-year USAID/PEPFAR-funded grant to develop evidence for, implement and assess interventions that improve service access and quality for adolescents living with HIV (ALHIV). The project is implemented in one urban and one rural sub-district: Sub-District F of the Johannesburg Health District (JHD) of Gauteng Province and Matlosana sub-district of Dr Kenneth Kaunda District (DKK) of North West Province. The Project supports Technical Assistance and direct service delivery (DSD) in 31 Primary and Community Healthcare Centres and 3 tertiary referral sites.

Investigators: Sinead Delany-Moretlwe and John Imrie

Partners & Collaborators : National Departments of Health and Basic Education, and Provincial Departments of Health and Basic Education in Gauteng and North West Province; Community stakeholders in Sub-District F of the Johannesburg Health District, and in Matlosana sub-district of Dr Kenneth Kaunda District, North West Province;

Sponsors/Donors: USAID-PEPFAR

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