What is DII-AHF program

Under this initiative, DII receives funds to supplement AHF-Uganda Cares work by mobilizing, referring as well as following up clients to ensure increased access to HCT plus treatment and care services uptake in Kampala, Wakiso, Soroti, and Rakai districts. The Program seeks to counsel and test over 100,000 people for annually.

It is based on the fact that the majority of people who know their HIV status will seek early treatment if positive. Those with negative status will protect themselves from HIV infection using condoms among other preventive measures, and hence, halt the transmission of HIV. Further, people on ARVs are 90% less infectious

Objectives Of MAVAP
  • To mobilize communities and enable testing of 100,000 people in Soroti, Kampala Wakiso and Rakai districts
  • To refer and link 5000 people with positive status to Uganda Cares clinics.
  • To follow up with 500 clients experiencing challenges in clinic attendance and drug adherence
This program aims at mobilizing, referring as well as following up clients to ensure increased access to HCT plus treatment and care services uptake in Kampala, Wakiso, Soroti, and Rakai districts
Free testing and counselling exercise in progress
A DII - AHF event in downtown, Kampala
During a MAVAP education event at one of the MAVAP project centers