Samson Haumba

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This retrospective observational review documents the efforts of the Swaziland National Tuberculosis (TB) Control Programme between 2004 and 2014. The objective is to describe the disparity between actual declines in case notification and increases in estimated incidence. The review of policies and practices shows the most influential factors associated(More)
SETTING Five human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) care facilities in Swaziland. OBJECTIVE To assess adherence and treatment completion of a 6-month course of isoniazid preventive therapy (IPT) provided to HIV-infected patients through a self-selected model of facility-based, community-based or peer-supported IPT delivery coordinated with antiretroviral(More)
BACKGROUND Diagnosis of tuberculosis is difficult among pregnant women because the signs and symptoms of the disease, such as fatigue, shortness of breath, sweating, cough, and mild fever are similar to some manifestations of pregnancy. It is particularly challenging among HIV-infected women as symptoms are often masked or atypical. Currently, WHO(More)
INTRODUCTION HIV disproportionately affects women in Sub-Saharan Africa. Swaziland bears the highest HIV prevalence of 41% among pregnant women in this region. This heightened HIV-epidemic reflects the importance of context-specific interventions. Apart from routine HIV surveillance, studies that examine structural and behavioral factors associated with HIV(More)
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