• EAST AFRICAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED HEALTH MONITORING AND EVALUATION

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EDITORIALS

East African Journal of Applied Health Monitoring & Evaluation: Using data to improve the quality of services and programmes.

GEORGE RUTHERFORD1 AND ROGER MYRICK1
1Global Health Sciences, University of California, San Francisco, California, United States of America.

ISSUE 1 ARTICLES

Development of Human Resources for Health in Tanzania: A Case Study of the MSc in Health Monitoring and Evaluation Program at Mzumbe University

PAUL J. AMANI¹*, RICHARD NGOWI¹, AND SANDRA DRATLER²

Promoting a culture of data use for evidence-based decisions in HIV programming: regional HIV/AIDS triangulation in Tanzania

JENNY TIBERIO¹*, CHRISTEN SAID¹, JOEL NDAYONGEJE², DELFINUS KIVENULE³, TEOPISTA KOMBA², AND SUSIE WELTY¹

An early assessment of Uganda’s roll-out of Option B+: Service capacity and infant outcomes

ROSE BARYAMUTUMA¹, EDGAR KANSIIME¹, CHARITY KYOMUGISHA NUWAGABA¹, LINDA NABITAKA², SIMON MUHUMUZA¹, EVELYN AKELLO¹, JOSHUA MUSINGUZI², WILLIAM BAZEYO¹, JESSICA CELENTANO³, AND CHRISTINA LINDAN³*

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Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Tanzania

Provider-initiated testing and counselling reaches persons who may not otherwise test for HIV in Zanzibar, 2010-2011

TATU B. ALI¹*, TUWERA A. AMOUR¹, AND SAFIA A. OMAR¹

Association of HIV infection and partner’s injection drug use among female sex workers in Dar es Salaam: A Respondent-Driven Sampling Survey

NEEMA MAKYAO¹, SUSIE WELTY²*, JOSEPH NONDI¹, VERYEH SAMBU¹, JOEL NDAYONGEJE², AND WILLI MCFARLAND²

Microfinance and health services: Experience and views of women in the VICOBA grassroots bank system

JOACKIM P. KESSY¹’²*, BABILL STRAY-PEDERSEN³’⁴, SIA E. MSUYA¹’³, DECLARE L. MUSHI¹, AND BOTTEN GRETE²

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