National Surveys and Population-based Studies
We assist Dominican government and international agencies in constructing nationally representative and internationally comparable public health indicators in different areas, by:
Children and adolescents living with disability in the Dominican Republic: Situation and response analysis
This descriptive, observational and transversal study, based on Rapid Assessment Process Methodology (Beebe, 2001), was designed to describe and analyze the situation and response to disability and its social determinants among children and adolescents (age 0-19) in the Dominican Republic.
Third Behavioral Surveillance Survey (BSS) in Vulnerable Populations in the Dominican Republic: MSM, FSW, Transgender women, Migrants, PLWHA
We are analyzing data and composing the final report of the Third Behavior Surveillance Survey (BSS) in Vulnerable and Key Populations (Men who have Sex with Men, Female Sex Workers, Transgender Women, Migrants and People Living with HIV) in the Dominican Republic, supported by Global Fund and Dominican government.