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As part of a HIV/AIDS programme in Kinshasa, MSF introduced in 2005 an initiative of decentralising HIV services in primary healthcare (PHC).

The aim of this initiative is to improve access to care and service quality of the various health facilities in Kinshasa. The decentralisation approach has undergone many changes and adjustments since it was first established, particularly regarding the selection of the centres targeted and the type of support provided.

Christelle Boulanger and Philippe Msellati
18/06/2020

This report examines the case study of Decentralised Models of Care (DMC) implemented in the MSF Operational Centre Barcelona (OCBA) Kalehe project in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Heidi Becher, Pilar Duch and Mathias Altmann
22/09/2020

Since 2011, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) have been supporting the Government of South Africa’s efforts to “bend the HIV epidemic curves downwards” in reducing morbidity and mortality in an area of the country with some of the highest incidence and prevalence rates of HIV. The Bending the Curves catalytic project, sought to demonstrate the feasibility and acceptability of ambitious strategies for testing, treatment and prevention of HIV and TB in Eshowe and Mbongolwane, in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), representing semi-urban and rural settings, respectively.

Aidan Connolly, Josianne Roma-Reardon, Joost van der Meer
20/04/2021