Wrapping-up the Premise PEPFAR DREAMS Project

Premise recently wrapped up its project with the PEPFAR ‘DREAMS Innovation Challenge’ which supported medication adherence monitoring for HIV- positive adolescent girls and young women (15-24 years) in rural Kenya. Among adolescents, girls and young women account for 74 percent of new HIV infections in sub-Saharan Africa. The goal of the Innovation Challenge is to

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PEPFAR Dreams Innovation Update: Digitally Driving HIV Treatment Adherence

  Introduction: Premise recently travelled to Kenya as part of our PEPFAR “DREAMS Innovation Challenge” project which is supporting medical treatment adherence in HIV-positive, adolescent girls and young women. For the past six months, Premise has partnered with local Kenyan HIV clinics to collect real-time patient data covering treatment adherence, and availability and perceptions of

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Consistent Patient Signal for Improving HIV/AIDS Treatment Outcomes

This article was originally published on the ICTworks site. Medication adherence still a major issue in the world of free ARTs and services Over 50% of HIV-positive adolescents in Western Kenya fail to adhere to antiretroviral therapy (ART), despite the availability of free services and medications.[1] Non-adherence puts these patients at risk of life-threatening complications

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