HIV/AIDS Services Among Refugees and Host Communities

HIV/AIDS Services Among Refugees and Host Communities

The Africa Leadership Institute (AFLI) is executing a comprehensive five-year HIV/AIDS services project in Yumbe District, Uganda. Titled “Attaining and Sustaining HIV Epidemic Control in Refugee and Host Communities,” the initiative aims to achieve the UNAIDS 95:95:95 targets through optimized high-impact interventions.

Project Scope and Duration:

Timeline: April 1, 2021, to October 2024

Phased Implementation:

Initial phase: Six-month intervals

Subsequent phases: One year each for the remaining four years

Funding and Collaboration:

Funding: Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

Administration: Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Channel: Infectious Disease Institute (IDI) of Makerere University

Project Focus:

Alignment with National Strategy: Anchored in the national community strategy

Goal: Fast-track achievement of the 95:95:95 targets

Approach: Effective linkages between facility-based and community-based HIV services

Collaborative Framework: Strong partnerships between healthcare facilities and community structures

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