Combatting TB-HIV in Haiti

Overall Performance: Strong and well-coordinated, but dependent on external funding. Haitian organizations were among the first to show the efficacy of TB-HIV integration in 2001. Largely provided by private or donorfunded public clinics, coordinated TB and HIV care follows national policies that reflect the majority of WHO recommendations. A new grant from the Global Fund in April 2016 will finance expansion of coordinated services, access to x-ray and GeneXpert diagnostics, nutrition and transportation support for patients, and trained community health workers.

Download the Haiti country profile in English or French below.

To learn more about TB-HIV co-programming around the world, read From Policy to Practice: How the TB-HIV Response Is Working.