AIC has provided services to soldiers and Police forces. ...
Our Staff who were awarded Medals during Best Counsellors of the World by WHO in Uganda 2012
This is a Snapshot of our Most Dedicated Staff Members. Please Feel free to Contact any of them for Best Service. Management
A chart showing the AIC Regional center perfomance on Safe Male Circumcision
AIC Offers SMC (Safe Male Circumcission) Services for FREE!!! You are Welcome to Recieve the services
People lining up in one of AIC community outreaches for HIV Counseling and Testing.
PTC supervisor moderating a discordant couple dialogue
A Soldier undergoing an HCT Session with AIC Staff. Inset, Bleeding Session
AIDS Information Centre-Uganda (AIC) is a Non-Governmental Organization established in 1990 to provide HIV Counseling and Testing services (HCT). The organisation was founded as a result of a growing demand from people who wanted to know their HIV status. Today, AIC contributes to over 26% of the total number of people counseled, tested and given HIV test results in uganda. AIC has since evilved to include other HIV prevention, care and support services beyond HCT.
AIC Vision: Universal Knowledge of HIV status in Uganda.
AIC Mission: To provide quality HIV&AIDS Infromation, HIV Counselling and Testing.
AIC Regional Centres: Arua, Jinja, Kabale, Kampala, Lira Mbale, Mbarara, Soroti.
Arua, Mbarara, Moyo, Jinja, Kampala, Mukono, Mubende, Kanungu, Mbale, Tororo, Soroti, Serere, Kabale, Kaberamaido, Lira, Mpigi, Mityana, Mayuge, Kaliro, Kumi, Oyam, Katakwi, Moroto, Kalangala, Gulu, Pader, Yumbe, Kotido, Kabong, Bududa, Kapchorwa, Budaka, Busia, Butaleja, Bukwa, Sironko, Pallisa, Kween, Bulambuli, Kibuku, Isingiro, Kisoro, Nebbi, Ntungamo, Bushenyi, Kabale, Ibanda, Buikwe, Iganga, Katakwi, Mubende and Kasese.
AIC uses a multi-faceted approach to increase HCT accessibility and laboratories and at outreaches. HIV Counseling and Testing (HCT) services are offered daily (even on Sundays and public holidays on appointments). AIC gives special attention to children and youth below 24 years of age, Couples, Uniformed personnel, Sex workers and their partners, People with disability, Employers and Cancer patients.