For more than 4 years, the Global Health Impact Group (GHIG), in collaboration with the International Diagnostics Centre at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (IDC/LSHTM) has partnered with WHO, UNICEF, and other key partners to support the elimination of mother-to-child transmission (EMTCT) of HIV and syphilis through increased advocacy and awareness, tools and resources, country regional workshops to share best practices, webinars and country technical assistance. 

As part of this ongoing effort, GHIG has developed the Triple Elimination Resource Compendium as an open-access forum of practical tools and resources for planning and implementation of services related to EMTCT of HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis B, with a particular focus on screening of pregnant women in ANC.

Material Sources

Many of the included materials were shared by countries, implementing partners, and others who have generously volunteered to make them open-access for use by the broader public health community. We would especially like to highlight the contributions of the Uganda MOH, Liberia MOH, and Nigeria MOH.

Compendium Partners

This compendium of resources was developed in collaboration with key partner organizations and countries. We would like to acknowledge the following:

World Health Organization (WHO) - Recent news releases from WHO on HIV/syphilis rapid testing:

The International Diagnostics Centre at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (IDC/LSHTM) - IDC/LSHTM has been a key partner in all of GHIG's dual HIV/syphilis work, including regional workshops, webinars, and technical assistance. For more information, visit: IDC website.

Evidence Action - Evidence Action is a global nonprofit organization that scales evidence-based and cost-effective programs to reduce the burden of poverty. They bridge the gap between research about what works and solutions for people in need, to effectively serve hundreds of millions of people in the world’s poorest places. They currently operate in India, Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, Nigeria, Pakistan, and Liberia. For more information, visit: Evidence Action website.

Country Partners

The Republic of Uganda Ministry of Health

Republic of Liberia Ministry of Health Federal 

Ministry of Health Nigeria


Global Health CPD is proud to recognize support for this initiative provided through an educational grant from Abbott Rapid Diagnostics International Limited.