Reciprocal Innovation – Microfinance Participation is Associated with Retention in HIV Care among People Living with HIV in Western Kenya2020-08-12T13:20:37-04:00

Microfinance Participation is Associated with Retention in HIV Care among People Living with HIV in Western Kenya

Principal Investigator Genberg B
International Collaborator(s)
Project Title Microfinance Participation is Associated with Retention in HIV Care among People Living with HIV in Western Kenya
Priority Area Across the continuum but significantly improves linkage and retention
The Intervention This intervention should be transferred and adapted to a US context.
Key Facilitators The main implementation barrier that would need to be addressed is finding the community partners to link with who could mobilize the community into groups and then link health and credit programs into
Target Population This focuses on all patients with HIV but tends to disproportionately focus on women simply because of their higher participation in microfinance activities.
Process to Implementation n/a
Key Stakeholders n/a
Scaled or Transferred? n/a
Type of Research n/a
Published Materials n/a but we have submitted an abstract highlighting the improved linkage and retention of HIV patients within this model to a matched cohort receiving standard care.
Year Funded

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