Case study: Developing an app to improve efficiencies in TB data collection in Nigeria
SHOPS Plus support
SHOPS Plus developed a mobile application to replace paper forms with a more efficient digital platform that supports the reporting needs of clinical providers such as doctors and nurses, laboratory scientists, pharmacists, and patent and proprietary drug vendors. TB Screening and Tracking for Accelerated Referral and Reporting (TB STARR) displays workflows specific to provider types and includes functionalities such as TB case referral tracking and sputum sample tracking.
Nigeria Gender-Transformative Supportive Supervision Study
Study of the Quality of TB Care in Lagos and Kano States
SHOPS Plus Nigeria Tuberculosis Program Process Evaluation
Nigeria Family Planning Baseline Assessment
40 million annual average of people reached with health messages
SHOPS Plus implemented social and behavior change communication campaigns that used mass media, digital health, and interpersonal communication channels to reach an annual average of almost 40 million consumers* with health messages. From 2019 to 2020, the project reached 56,944,525.
People reached with health messages
SHOPS Plus supported local partners in five countries in their use of social behavior change communications campaigns that leveraged mass media, digital health, and interpersonal communication that resulted in over 33 million consumers reached with important health messages.
2,526,824 couple years of protection
Couple years of protection is the estimated protection provided by contraceptive methods. During the period of October 2018 to September 2020 based on the volume of all contraceptives sold or distributed free of charge to clients, SHOPS Plus provided 2,526,824 couple years of protection. 466,601 couple years of protection came from 2019 to 2020.