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.
A first shipment of 500 boxes – that will help TB patients with their treatment adherence – got delivered to the KNCV office in Dar es Salaam.
The ASCENT project announces a Request for Proposals (RFP) for Provision of hosting services for the ASCENT Digital Adherence Platform.
The ASCENT project has two requests for quotation (RFQ’s): 1. For printing of cardstock medication sleeves. 2. To facilitate incoming and outgoing interactions with an adherence platform.
The next three and a half years, KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation will lead the innovative ASCENT project.