Cross Country Study on Integration of HIV, TB and Malaria in Uganda, Nigeria, Mozambique, DRC, Zimbabwe and Tanzania

22nd April 2022
Author: Kim Ozano

This report is a synthesis of a specified set of reports from BACKUP and K4D with a focus on integration of health care services in relation to Malaria, TB and HIV and how integration efforts contribute or impede health systems strengthening in Uganda, DRC, Tanzania, Mozambique, Nigeria, and Zimbabwe. It does not cover epidemiology or interventions (other than in relation to integration). The K4D reports highlight country specific epidemiology, disease control endeavours and key interventions for each disease including some that would strengthen health systems and promote integration. The BACKUP reports focus more on integration and can add country specific details with recommendations. Where references indicate a country name, this refers to either the K4D report or Backup report from that country. A list of the reports used for this synthesis may be found in the acknowledgement section. Where there are no references, this indicates that this is collective evidence from across BACKUP and K4D reports. Other references are included in the reference section.

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Ozano, K. (2022). Cross country study on integration of HIV, TB and Malaria in Uganda, Nigeria, Mozambique, DRC, Zimbabwe and Tanzania. K4D Helpdesk Report 1141 . Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies, DOI: 10.19088/K4D.2022.066


22nd April 2022


Continent: Africa

Country: Democratic Republic of Congo, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe