Project presentation

INTE-AFRICA (Integrating and decentralising HIV, diabetes and hypertension services in Africa) is a European Commission-funded project that aims to test the efficacy of integrating diabetes and hypertension services alone, or together with HIV-infection services, in two sub-Saharan African countries: Uganda and Tanzania.

The project brings together six European and three sub-Saharan African partners, and its results are expected to be relevant and applicable to other conditions and other sub-Saharan African countries.


Latest news

“After all, we are all sick”: multi‑stakeholder
understanding of stigma associated
with integrated management of HIV, diabetes
and hypertension at selected government
clinics in Uganda.

💬 "#IntegratedCare is more cost-effective as countries leverage available resources to deliver quality care focused on the individual patient rather than the disease."

—@oumasimple, Study Coordinator of #INTEAFRICA.


#Diabetes #Hypertension #HIV

New #inteafrica paper! Women living with HIV, diabetes and/or hypertension multi-morbidity in Uganda: a qualitative exploration of experiences accessing an integrated care. @LJMUPHI

What areas of #HIV and #NCD research and project management are being neglected?

👨🏿‍⚕️ @oumasimple, Study Coordinator of #INTEAFRICA, answers this and other questions in the framework of the @RespondAfrica consortium.


cc @capicchio @JVLazarus

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