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In a demonstration of its agility, it also allows users to annotate the maps and communicate with each other – so a hospital where stocks of antiretroviral drugs are running low, for example, can work with a nearby hospital with a three-month supply of the same treatment to avoid provisions running out in a country where restocking can take as long as a month.Programme staff are able to identify where efforts need to be intensified through a more accurate programme which feeds information from each facility and service delivery point back to the Situation Room.
Kenya’s President, Uhuru Kenyatta, immediately offered his support, speaking of a “one-stop shop” which allows counties to track their progress, plan effectively and allocate resources.One of the team’s ambitions is to identify every individual requiring treatment to prevent mother-to-child transmission, but the analysis of the data also takes a holistic approach, setting the epidemic in the context of areas such as education and the Kenyan economy.Accessing the right sets of data in real time is critical to the success of the system, resulting in better resource deployment at community and neighbourhood levels.Kenyatta has praised the potential the app holds for “infinite expansion”, and Taavi Errkola, a senior advisor on monitoring and evaluation at UNAIDS, says the app was tested in Kenya because of the country’s “strong appetite” for using technology to benefit its population.The National AIDS Control Council, the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority and the Ministry of Health all play key roles in informing the data and enhancing the way it is used, and UNAIDS has placed a strong focus on sustained access to treatment, viral suppression and areas around child and maternal health.“End user adoption is the holy grail,” says Annechino, who believes the collaboration is on the right path. “As you can imagine with a project like this, stakeholder involvement and making sure we were doing things at a slow enough pace to make sure that the adoption was happening with all those stakeholders at the right time actually benefitted us.” The project took six months to be fully realised, including training summits with users from various countries.
The hope is that it could be rolled out in dozens more countries by 2020, and i VEDi X are continuing to take further steps and form more partnerships, including link-ups with telecom companies to deepen their understanding of the needs of communities.
The app’s people-centred approach is designed to ensure that no-one is left behind in Kenya’s response to HIV.
Despite significant progress, the country still falls well short of the 90-90-90 targets – the number of adults receiving antiretroviral treatment, for example, remains around 58%.
Case #2 Tour guides from Elsas Kopje saw this animal during a routine game drive and requested the Meru MVU to attend to it.
The three year old elephant suffered a big wound with pus on its right hind limb extending from the rump to the knee.
We waited for a few minutes for the herd to move to an open area for darting.