What we do

We provide HIV Prevention Services through:

  • Behavior Change Communication (IEC/BCC)
  • HIV Counseling and Testing services (HCT)
  • Elimination of Mother to Child Transmission (eMTCT) services
  • Sexual Reproductive Health Services (Family Planning, Post Abortion Care, Cervical Cancer Screening, SGBV Services, Safe Motherhood and Comprehensive Sexual Education among others)
  • Condom Promotion and distribution
  • Safe Male Circumcision (SMC)
  • STI services and MARPS
  • Other Prevention Services (ART for PEP and HIV prevention for key and priority population, partnership with Blood Bank for blood safety)


We provide HIV Care and Treatment including:

  • Chronic HIV&AIDS care and treatment for Adults
  • Chronic HIV&AIDS care and treatment for Children
  • TB, HIV&AIDS Services
  • Home Based HIV&AIDS Care services
  • Nutrition


We provide Social support and protection by:

  • Supporting OVC 5–14 years attending school
  • Supporting Non- OVCs attending school
  • Supporting OVCs and other vulnerable groups receiving care and support
  • Supporting Cultural institutions and Religious Leaders
  • Involving PLHIV  (Young positives, Discordant Couples, Peer Education by Clients on ART, BCP kits distribution, VSLAs)


We provide HIV&AIDS laboratory Services including but not limited to:

  • CD4/8 cell counts and percentages
  • EID services
  • Malaria tests (B/S and RDTs)
  • Referral services (for Viral load, Liver function, Renal function, Genexpert tests)


We provide Health and Community Systems strengthening through:

  • Work place policies and service delivery
  • ARVs, drugs for STIs
  • Capacity building (Comprehensive Condom Programming, Counselor Training, Laboratory Technicians Trainings, M&E Trainings, SGBV Trainings, Nutrition and Psychosocial Support Trainings among others)
  • Strategic planning and HIV&AIDS mainstreaming (support District to develop and align their strategic plans to the national priorities, support districts to mainstream HIV&AIDS in their work plans, facilitate HIV&AIDS review and formulation processes)
  • Coordination structures (Regional Planning and review meetings, DOC, NOC, DACC, SACC, National MARPs Steering Committee, National Technical Working Groups)
  • Community structures (Capacity building for CBOs, Village Health Teams (VHTs) Peer Educators for key and priority population, Young positives, discordant couples, Know your HIV status clubs)
  • M&E Systems (Training of Local Governments in M&E, Building of Local Government Staff Capacity in the use of HMIS tools, data collection, data entry, data cleaning, data analysis, reporting, feedback and data use for evidence informed decision-making).
  • Joint Support Supervision (AIC, MoH, IPs and Local Governments)
  • Radio programs (Talk shows, spots, DJ mentions, Announcements)
  • Edutainment (music, dance and drama, flash-mobs,  documentaries, videos)