What We Do
ICAP is working to build and support an expanded, enhanced, and sustainable nurse and midwifery workforce. Learn more from Adeline Chabela, ICAP NEPI Nurse Advisor, who is working to reduce maternal mortality in Lesotho.
ICAP’s Online Courses Expand Critical HIV Skills to Students and Practicing Nurses Worldwide
In 2014, ICAP launched an online training course for nurses and midwives in the Option B+ approach for preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV. The introductory course was developed to provide up-to-date information on current HIV care...
First Cohort of Students to Graduate from New Registered Nurse-Midwife Program in Zambia
In Zambia, there are 78 health care workers per 100,000 people, well below the 230 recommended by the World Health Organization. A primary obstacle to achieving health care staffing targets in the country is the low production of...
In Rural Ethiopia, Nursing Students Gain Key Clinical Skills
Before nurses and midwives begin practicing, they are required to have a range of clinical competencies to achieve licensure. In Ethiopia, opportunities for clinical learning for nurses, however, have been limited, due to a shortage...