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AIDSFree Case Study on Continuous Quality Improvement for HIV Prevention in Malawi

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Resource author(s): Moyo Tiwonge, John Byabagambi, Stephano Mjuweni, Nephtary Chabwera, Tiwonge Chimpandule, William Twahirwa, Adrian Musiige, Zebedee Mwandi; Chiwawa Nkhoma, James Odek, and Valerian Kiggundu, Moyo Tiwonge, John Byabagambi, Stephano Mjuweni, Nephtary Chabwera, Tiwonge Chimpandule, William Twahirwa, Adrian Musiige, Zebedee Mwandi; Chiwawa Nkhoma, James Odek, and Valerian Kiggundu

Key topics: Health

Regions: Sub-Saharan Africa

Related countries: Malawi


This case study documents lessons from EnCompass’ work supporting continuous quality improvement (CQI) for voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) in Malawi. The document details results from 2 years supporting VMMC CQI under the USAID Strengthening High Impact Interventions for an AIDS-free Generation (AIDSFree) project. The work consisted of a series of CQI activities to support VMMC facilities to identify quality gaps and their root causes, develop and test solutions, and measure changes in performance. VMMC provider teams also conducted CQI assessments, training, coaching, mentoring, and peer-to-peer learning sessions.

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