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East and Southern Africa

PRIME II’s work in East and Southern Africa (ESA) was carried out through a regional office in Nairobi, Kenya. The office maintained country programs in Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania, and also worked in Uganda and Zambia. In addition, PRIME II played a prominent role in the multinational education and training outreach of the Tanzania-based East, Central and Southern African College of Nursing (ECSACON) and the Regional Center for Quality of Health Care (RCQHC) at Makerere University in Uganda.

January-June 2002 (6/2002)
January-June 2003 (11/2003)
July-December 2002 (12/2002)
PRIME Voices
Ethiopia: Strengthening Systems and Services to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV (5/2004)
Kenya: Expanding Postabortion Care (8/2001)
Kenya: Linking Family Planning with Postabortion Care (8/2002)
Kenya: Scaling-Up Postabortion Care Services (1/2004)
Uganda: Establishing Adolescent-Friendly Services (5/2001)
PRIME Dispatches
The Right Provider for the Right Place: Private Nurse-Midwives Offering Primary-Level Postabortion Care in Kenya (10/2002)
To Reach the Youth: Creating Adolescent-Friendly Reproductive Health Services in Uganda (5/2001)
Kenya: Successfully Scaling Up Quality PAC Services (11/2001)
Kenya: Successful Scale-Up at the Primary Level (10/2002)
Mali, Benin, Ethiopia: Preventing Postpartum Hemorrhage with Active Management of the Third Stage of Labor (2/2004)
Rwanda, Ethiopia: Scaling-Up Services to Prevent Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV (2/2004)
Tanzania: Innovative Training in Family Planning for Health Attendants (9/2000)
Uganda: Adolescent-Friendly Services at District Health Centers (9/2000)
Uganda: PRIME Training Transforms Health Centers (11/2001)
Uganda and Kenya: Nurse-Midwives Expand Postabortion Care at the Community Level (9/2000)
PRIME Technical Reports
An Assessment of the Potential of Health Attendants for Family Planning and Reproductive Health Expansion in Tanzania (7/2000)
An Exploratory Study to Determine and Document Factors Affecting IUCD Use in Tanzania (7/2002)
Capacity Building for Training and Human Resource Development: The Case of RH Services in Tanzania (11/2001)
Distance-based Learning to Introduce Primary Health Care Training and Service Delivery: A Case Study in South Africa (2/2000)
Expanding Opportunities for Postabortion Care at the Community Level through Private Nurse-Midwives in Kenya (7/2000)
Expanding Opportunities for Postabortion Care at the Community Level through Private Nurse-Midwives in Kenya—Final Report (9/2000)
Exploring Peer Support Networks for the Provision of High-Quality Postabortion Care by Private Nurse-Midwives in Kenya (8/2003)
Follow-up of Family Planning Clinical Service Providers—Tanzania (10/2000)
Performance Needs Assessment of Zonal Training Centre: Capacity to Provide Support for Improving Reproductive and Child Health Services in Tanzania (8/2003)
The Tanzania Family Planning Training Program: The Impact of an Innovative Training Strategy on Reproductive and Child Health Service Performance of Health Attendants in Tanzania (11/2001)