“Nothing for us without us”: Learning from the experience of people living with HIV to optimize decentralization of HIV services - Shared screen with speaker view
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Adebisi Ajibade from Ibadan
Robert Makombe, FHI 360, Pretoria
Hi, Terrence Epie with FHI360-EpiC Cameroon
Abimbola Oduola FHI360
Hi, Zegeli Bilishanga - Deloitte TZ, USAID Boresha Afya SZ
Hello, Tonderai Mwareka with Zimbabwe National Network of People Living with HIV (ZNNP+)
Gabin Pacifique NDAYISHIMIYE
Hi, Gabin FHI360, Burundi
Please feel free to answer any of the questions that come through the Q&A or chats
I did offer an opinion on one question but Folasade could and others could add
Is the private pharmacy asking to be paid per patient who visit of an amount per month? How much is it sustainable? Do they sell ARVs to clients or get from MOH and ask service fees only?
are there studies showing any correlation between preference towards private sector based services and countries with laws criminalizing HIV and / or KP? thanks, CCasalini@Fhi360
Good afternoon everyone, my name is Pharmacist Nike OLATAWURA, a Community Pharmacist.
Adebisi is unmuted
thanks, I will send the question to him after watiti
I also unmuted Dorothy and Hafsat
Do we have a corner for adherence counseling for clients?
David Chilongozi, FHI360 EpiC Malawi
Is the pharmacy electronically linked to the center where the client is enrolled on ART?
Afternoon. Sara Page-Mtongwiza, OPHID Harare, Zimbabwe
Great innovation. Thanks Adebisi Ajibade
What I love about the Pelebox is that it has the potential to really enhance privacy. If any type of medication could be in the boxes, then accessing a box doesn't stigmatize. This is in theory, but are clients in South Africa feeling that way? Are the boxes used for a variety of medications and/or are there any rumors about the boxes that are harmful?
You're welcome, Pharm Folasade Lawal
You are welcome, Dr. Stephen Watiti
Thank you Dr Dorothy Oqua for the insight into the private sector Pharmacists
Thank you Pharm Adebisi Lawal
Its better if the questions are put in the Q&A so we don't lose them
How long does the one time password last for the client pick up the medicines from the machine.
private pharmacies keeping in contact with the clinical sites for continuity of services is it through an electronic platform?
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Thnks from kenya
Thank you very much and good bye