How do we leverage infectious disease platforms to address the growing burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in low- and middle-income countries? This seminar explored approaches to integrating services for NCDs into HIV, TB, and Malaria control programming globally. This seminar has ended. We invite you to explore the information below to learn about our experiences and lessons integrating services in Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Malawi and read participants’ insights.
Welcome to Leveraging HIV, TB, and Malaria control programs to address noncommunicable diseases (NCDs): Case studies from Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Malawi!
Thank you for joining us and sharing your experiences leveraging infectious disease platforms to address NCDs! We appreciate all of the participants who joined in the conversation. If you registered for the seminar but didn’t get around to participating, we encourage you to read the insights of these participants, and explore the case study videos and resources on this page. Although the seminar is now closed and thus no more posts will be accepted, you will be able to access the posts already made, the case study videos, and the materials in the resources section of this and previous seminars, to use as you see fit.
We hope you will join us for future events to continue this dialogue!
Sarah, Muluken, Megan, and Tom , Moderators
Watch the introduction video with Catharine Taylor below.
By the end of the seminar, participants will be able to:
- Understand the importance of integrating HIV, TB, and Malaria services with services for NCDs
- Identify opportunities and strategies for integrating services for NCDs into infectious disease programming
- Learn from and share experiences integrating a wide range of diagnostic, care, and treatment services
- Learn about innovative, promising, and proven solutions to challenges as they relate to integrating services
Please join us for this lively online discussion – we look forward to learning together!