On March 15, 2017 the LIFT II project partnered with FSN Network and TOPS to present a webinar on the results and lessons learned from these assessments, exploring findings related to ART (anti-retroviral therapy) adherence in Malawi and Tanzania, and to food security and economic stability in Lesotho. The presentation concluded with a summary of […]
LIFT II teamed with FHI 360’s Uganda Community Connector project and DAI’s IMARISHA project to deliver this session during the SEEP 2013 Annual Conference. More details about the session can be found here.
During the opening plenary of LIFT’s learning event, “Harnessing the Power of Cross-Sectoral Programming to Alleviate HIV/AIDS and Food Insecurity”, Jim Thomas, Director of MEASURE Evaluation, provided an introduction to referral networks and their application to LIFT’s operational approach. View the presentation here.
Tim Quick, Senior Technical Advisor for HIV and AIDS & Nutrition at the USAID Office of HIV and AIDS, delivered this introduction to Nutrition Assessment, Counseling and Support (NACS) during the LIFT learning event, “Harnessing the Power of Cross-Sectoral Programming to Alleviate HIV/AIDS and Food Insecurity”.
This presentation was given by Jacqueline Bass, LIFT Technical Director, during the opening plenary of the LIFT learning event, “Harnessing the Power of Cross-Sectoral Programming to Alleviate HIV/AIDS and Food Insecurity”.
This presentation was given at a consultative meeting to present and solicit feedback from key stakeholders on LIFT’s approach to generating an evidence base for linking NACS clients with ES/L/FS interventions.
LIFT joined with Development Alternatives Inc. (DAI) to deliver this workshop at the 2012 SEEP Annual Conference.
In a panel entitled “Promising Practices: Lessons from the Field,” LIFT highlighted the need for integration of economic strengthening as a part of the continuum of clinical care at the NACS State of the Art (SOTA) technical meeting convened by the CORE Group.