The Unitaid-funded ASCENT project has entered its final year and is well on its way in showing the benefits in helping people affected by TB with their treatment by using digital adherence technology such as smart pill boxes, medication sleeves and video supported treatment.
The ASCENT project releases a free Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Tool, to enable accurate budget forecasting for the implementation and use of Digital Adherence Technologies (DATs) in TB treatment.
The Stop TB Partnership and the ASCENT project are proud to announce the introduction of an easy and efficient way to procure digital adherence technologies.
In July, the ASCENT project organized a virtual meeting for all Research Managers to prepare the study activities that will be conducted in the different ASCENT countries.
Since 2018, KNCV has rolled-out several Digital Adherence Technology (DAT) demonstration projects in countries such as the Philippines and Tanzania
Angelito: “Thanks to nurse Anton’s warm support, and my family’s constant encouragement, I didn’t give up. And thanks, too, for 99DOTS.
The ASCENT project announces a Request for Proposals (RFP) for Provision of hosting services for the ASCENT Digital Adherence Platform.
The next three and a half years, KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation will lead the innovative ASCENT project.