Dates: 
07/11/17 to 08/11/17
Location: 
Kyiv
RESPOND Final Conference, November 2017

The RESPOND project, which brought together a diverse set of groups, people and expertise working on the front lines of Ukraine’s HIV response through its five years of implementation, shared its results and discussed with partners how to build on its success in the future.  

USAID/Ukraine’s five-year, $23 million project implemented through PACT, in partnership with FHI 360, collaborated closely with the Government and Ukraine and civil society.  The project was supported by the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).

PEPFAR is working toward the global goal of 90-90-90 (90 percent of people will their HIV status, 90 percent of people with diagnosed HIV infection will be on antiretroviral therapy (ART), and 90 percent of those on ART will be virally suppressed).  

The RESPOND project worked in close collaboration with the Government of Ukraine and civil society to help ease the way for Ukraine to reach 90-90-90.

RESPOND has brought together health service providers, NGO social workers and patients, and facilitated their collaboration in order to introduce changes and improve HIV services at the regional and local levels. Medical providers received new clinical skills, collected and analyzed data and learned to use the data for decision making.

“The RESPOND project demonstrates the value of true collaboration, said Susan Fritz, USAID/Ukraine mission director. “Thanks to the work collaboration RESPOND facilitated, stakeholders will continue to collaborate, learn, and sustain all we’ve achieved in Ukraine’s HIV response. This will help us to build a health system that will benefit all Ukrainians.”

At the project’s closing meeting Susan Fritz expressed her support and gratitude for USAID’s partners in Ukraine’s HIV response, and look forward to continued partnership as we implement the country’s health reforms.

Photos from the Conference are available via this link.
 

File attachments: 
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PDF icon Conference Agenda (PDF)325.86 KB
PDF icon RESPOND Description (PDF)2.43 MB
PDF icon RESPOND Catalogue of Publications1.9 MB
PDF icon C1.1. Data Use for Decision Making (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.5 MB
PDF icon C1.1. Visualization. Practical Use (PDF, in Ukrainian)3.64 MB
PDF icon C1.1. SROI (PDF, in Ukrainian)2.11 MB
PDF icon C1.2. Effective Behavioral Interventions (PDF, in Ukrainian)702.55 KB
PDF icon C1.4. Regulatory Framework & HRH (PDF, in Ukrainian)822.02 KB
PDF icon C1.4. HIV Services Sustainability Building. Case Study (PDF, in Ukrainian)4.09 MB
PDF icon C1.4. RESPOND's Sustainability Assurance Strategies (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.61 MB
PDF icon C2.1. Measurement System to Assess Effectiveness of Quality Improvement Efforts (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.43 MB
PDF icon C2.1 Cohort Cascade as a Tool to Monitor Retention in Care. Kyiv (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.56 MB
PDF icon C2.1. PHC Information Systems1.03 MB
PDF icon C2.1. eHealth1.12 MB
PDF icon C2.2 QI Changes and Interventions Overview (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.53 MB
PDF icon C2.2 Partner's Health Intervention (PDF, in Ukrainian)3.16 MB
PDF icon C2.2 Reach-Test-Treat Intervention (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.55 MB
PDF icon C2.2 Steps towards Health Intervention (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.01 MB
PDF icon C2.3. Structuring and Packaging Local Interventions (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.19 MB
PDF icon C2.3. Integrated Local Interventions. Lessons Learned (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.37 MB
PDF icon C2.3. ART Site Support Intervention. Story of One Client (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.12 MB
PDF icon C2.4. RESPOND's CD Interventions Overview (PDF, in Ukrainian)2.38 MB
PDF icon C3.3. Engage Poll 2017 (PDF, in Ukrainian)519.86 KB
PDF icon C1.3. Changes in HIV Treatment (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.31 MB
PDF icon C1.3. Expanding the Network of Local ART Sites (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.5 MB
PDF icon C1.3. Tools to Improve Retention in Care (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.49 MB
PDF icon C1.3. Initiating Treatment & Building Adherence to Treatment at Local ART Sites (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.53 MB
PDF icon C3.1. Communities in Action. Community-based Services (PDF, in Ukrainian)722.62 KB
PDF icon C3.2. WHO Health Systems Framework to Improve the System of Care for HIV Patients (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.53 MB
PDF icon P1. RESPOND Project Results Summary (PDF, in Ukrainian)3.27 MB
PDF icon P1. PLHIV Network Collaboration with RESPOND. Accomplishments (PDF, in Ukrainian)1001.48 KB
PDF icon P1. PHC Collaboration with RESPOND. Accomplishments (PDF, in Ukrainian)2.08 MB
PDF icon P2. QI Collaborative Results of 21 Month Effort (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.95 MB
PDF icon P2. QI Successful Changes in Eight Regions (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.23 MB
PDF icon P2. QI Collaborative Implementation Qualitative Study Results (PDF, in Ukrainian)729.15 KB
PDF icon P2. QI Collaborative in Dnipropetrovsk Region. Poster Presentation (PDF, in Ukrainian)2.09 MB
PDF icon P2. QI Collaborative in Kherson Region. Poster Presentation (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.94 MB
PDF icon P2. QI Collaborative in Kirovograd Region. Poster Presentation (PDF, in Ukrainian)2.01 MB
PDF icon P2. QI Collaborative in Kyiv City. Poster Presentation (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.92 MB
PDF icon P2. QI Collaborative in Kyiv Region. Poster Presentation (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.92 MB
PDF icon P2. QI Collaborative in Mykolayiv Region. Poster Presentation (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.98 MB
PDF icon P2. QI Collaborative in Odesa Region. Poster Presentation (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.78 MB
PDF icon P2. QI Collaborative in Zaporizhzhya Region. Poster Presentation (PDF, in Ukrainian)2.04 MB
PDF icon P3. Community-based HIV Testing. AHF (PDF, in Ukrainian)2.15 MB
PDF icon P3. HIV Services within Broader Public Health Domain and Health Reform. Deloitte (PDF, in Ukrainian)550.25 KB
PDF icon P3. Treatment Optimization (PDF, in Ukrainian)1.09 MB