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Kinshasa School of Public Health

Below is a listing of projects conducted in partnership with the Kinshasa School of Public Health.

Tulane University and Kinshasa School of Public Health Partnership - Training, Research, Information Management and Community Based Program

This project focuses on the desirability of family planning and reduction of the spread of STD/HIV infections in selected countries (primarily Francophone) in West and Central Africa.  Tulane is the prime subcontractor to JHPIEGO for the Operations Research component of this project, designed to test alternative strategies for change and to promote the use of operations research as a management tool.   The contract supports applied research, integration of Operations Research into Public Health Schools, and other institution-building activities in the region.  Tulane is also responsible fo

Start Date: 
2002

Technical Assistance in Support of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) - Democratic Republic of Congo

Tulane University's Payson Center will provide innovative approaches in support of the Democratic Republic of Congo's national response to the HIV epidemic. Through technical assistance and the training of Congolese professionals, Tulane University and its partners will build the capacity needed to strengthen and scale-up HIV prevention, care, treatment programs in the country and thus reduce HIV sero-prevalence and increase the life expectancy and the quality of life of individuals living with HIV/AIDS in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Start Date: 
2009
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