Fast-Track Cities Institute

Supporting 300+ cities and municipalities to achieve optimal urban health and resilience

Fast-Track Cities Institute

Fast-Track Cities Institute

Supporting 300+ cities and municipalities to achieve optimal urban health and resilience

About

       

The Fast-Track Cities Institute

The Fast-Track Cities Institute leverages data-driven, equity-based public health policy and implementation science to mobilize and support cities and municipalities worldwide in their efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3.3 (ending the epidemics of HIV, tuberculosis, and viral hepatitis), and SDG 11 (making cities and municipalities inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable).

Mission Statement

To support cities and municipalities worldwide to accelerate their responses to HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis (HBV and HCV), and other health conditions in support of healthy, stigma-free, and resilient communities.

About

       

The Fast-Track Cities Institute

The Fast-Track Cities Institute leverages data-driven, equity-based public health policy and implementation science to mobilize and support cities and municipalities worldwide in their efforts to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3.3 (ending the epidemics of HIV, tuberculosis, and viral hepatitis), and SDG 11 (making cities and municipalities inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable).

Mission Statement

To support cities and municipalities worldwide to accelerate their responses to HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis (HBV and HCV), and other health conditions in support of healthy, stigma-free, and resilient communities.

Fast-Track Cities Institute

Priorities

       

The Fast-Track Cities Institute’s programmatic priorities include:

Strategic Recruitment

Strategic Recruitment

Recruiting cities and municipalities based on political will, community engagement, clinical and social support infrastructure, and projected impact on the national burden of disease related to HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions.

Data for Impact

Data for Impact

Generating, analyzing, monitoring, and reporting programmatic and other data related to city and
municipal responses to HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions with the aim of actioning data for impact.

Response Optimization

Response Optimization

Supporting data-driven, equity-based planning, implementation, and monitoring by community, clinical, public health, and political stakeholders to optimize city and municipal responses to HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions.

Qualitative Research

Qualitative Research

Monitoring quality of life and quality of care indicators to identify structural and other barriers to accessing and utilizing prevention, testing, care, treatment, and support services for HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions in cities and municipalities.

Implementation Science

Implementation Science

Coordinating an implementation science agenda for cities and municipalities to measure the effectiveness and replicability of interventions aimed at optimizing prevention, testing, care, treatment, and support services for HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions.

Best Practice-sharing

Best Practice-sharing

Collecting, validating, and sharing best practices across national, regional, and international networks of cities and municipalities that are accelerating urban and national responses to HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions.

Strategic Recruitment

Recruiting cities and municipalities based on political will, community engagement, clinical and social support infrastructure, and projected impact on the national burden of disease related to HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions.

Data for Impact

Generating, analyzing, monitoring, and reporting programmatic and other data related to city and
municipal responses to HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions with the aim of actioning data for impact.

Response Optimization

Supporting data-driven, equity-based planning, implementation, and monitoring by community, clinical, public health, and political stakeholders to optimize city and municipal responses to HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions.

Qualitative Research

Monitoring quality of life and quality of care indicators to identify structural and other barriers to accessing and utilizing prevention, testing, care, treatment, and support services for HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions in cities and municipalities.

Implementation Science

Coordinating an implementation science agenda for cities and municipalities to measure the effectiveness and replicability of interventions aimed at optimizing prevention, testing, care, treatment, and support services for HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions.

Best Practice-sharing

Collecting, validating, and sharing best practices across national, regional, and international networks of cities and municipalities that are accelerating urban and national responses to HIV, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis, and other health conditions.

Strategic Partnerships

The Fast-Track Cities Institute’s mission is supplemented by strategic partnerships.
As of December 1, 2020, our partner institutions include:

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