Partnership for Advanced Care and Treatment (PACT)
PACT is a 5 year grant (July 2010 to June 2015) funded by United States’ President Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). PACT supports the Ministry of Health in Kenya implement comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services at designated health facilities within the County of Nairobi. Together with University of Maryland, Health Strat as a sub grantee implements this grant, with the scope to provide Human Resource for Health support to 17 health facilities in the county.
The program builds upon the experience and expertise of the partners in supporting improvement of health care delivery systems and development of high quality HIV services.
1. Strengthen management capacity at County and Sub-County to plan, coordinate and provide oversight for HIV related services.
2. Support and strengthen care delivery systems and networks for support of HIV prevention, care and treatment services.
3. Strengthen, expand and improve the quality of HIV prevention, care and treatment services within the designated health facilities.
1. Management support to the County and Sub-County health management teams to increase their capacity to supervise and provide oversight for services.
2. Systems support to strengthen care delivery systems
• Monitoring patient care, patient care processes and patient outcomes (Strategic Information)
• Creating and strengthening laboratory services and networks
• Commodity management
3. Building clinical capacity and clinical care delivery systems.
4. Developing effective intra-facility and community networks and linkages.
5. Service provision in HIV prevention, care and treatment.