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SPARK | Edition 1

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The CASE (center of applied spatial epidemiology) team

Short Periodical Announcements of Research at KIT

This is a short periodical Announcement of Research being done by the Centre of Applied Spatial Epidemiology (Case) team

Related work

  • The KIT MATCH Approach for Enhancing TB Care Coverage

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    KIT Royal Tropical Institute proudly presents: the MATCH approach (Mapping and Analysis for Tailored disease Control and Health system strengthening) for National Tuberculosis Programmes. MATCH supports National Tuberculosis Programmes to more effectively use resources to treat populations with ongoing tuberculosis transmission. The MATCH approach begins by gathering many – often underused – sources of data, for example: geographic, temporal, and demographic data. The […]

  • Improving Urban Access to Tuberculosis Services in Pakistan

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    KIT’s Centre for Applied Spatial Epidemiology (CASE) supported Pakistan’s National TB Programme in the collection of data on TB diagnostic and treatment centers in Khairpur and Islamabad Capital Territory. Summary A number of countries that attended the Bangkok workshop on the KIT’s MATCH Approach to tuberculosis (TB) care subsequently requested continued support to either a) […]

  • Strengthening the Use of Subnational Disaggregated Data for Differentiated TB Program Planning in Asia

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    In collaboration with The WHO Global TB Program, the Stop TB Partnership, and World Health Organization SEARO KIT has developed an analytical approach that makes the most of available subnational tuberculosis program data to find the missing cases of TB. A joint initiative In the summer of 2016, the Stop TB Partnership and The Global […]

  • Addressing Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Kazakhstan

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    Kazakhstan is one of thirty countries prioritised by the WHO because of its high-burden of multi drug-resistant (MDR)-Tuberculosis (TB). Summary The Centre for Applied Spatial Epidemiology (CASE) of KIT Royal Tropical Institute was requested by The Global Fund to apply the MATCH Approach to tuberculosis care to support National Toxicology Programs in the Central Asian […]