HIV/AIDS Services Among Refugees and Host Communities

AFLI is implementing a comprehensive HIV/AIDS five year services project titled
‘’Attaining and sustaining HIV epidemic control in refugee and host communities in
Yumbe district of Uganda through optimization of high impact interventions to
achieve UNAIDS 95:95:95 targets’’.
This project runs from the 1st of April 2021 through to October 2024 in short phases
of six months and then later one year for 4 subsequent years. The particular project
is funded by Presidential Emergency Plan for AIDS and Relief (PEPFAR)
administered by Centre for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) channelled
through Infectious Disease Institute (IDI) of Makerere University to AFLI as the
frontline implementing agency.
The project is anchored in the realm of national community strategy to fast track the
95:95:95 Goals that guide on effective linkages between facilities based HIV services
and community based services through effective collaborations between health
facilities and community structures.

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