With PEPFAR/CDC Uganda support, IDI is currently in partnership with JCRC to implement the 5 year Kampala Regional HIV Project(KHP) entitled “ Accelerating epidemic control in Kampala Region of Uganda under PEPFAR through scale up of evidence based and high impact interventions towards achievement of UNAIDS 90:90:90 targets”. IDI awarded a sub-grant to JCRC on 1st April 2017.
KHP Project objectives;
- To increase universal access to quality HIV/AIDS services through strategic public-private partnerships, community involvement, and care differentiation across the region by 2022.
- To increase demand, utilization, and community support for comprehensive HIV/AIDS services among KP and other vulnerable groups across the region throughout the project period.
- To build local capacity and ownership for sustainable comprehensive service delivery by districts and indigenous organizations by 2022.
- To strengthen Strategic Information systems to generate comprehensive, quality and timely health information for data driven programming towards UNAIDS 90:90:90 targets throughout the project period.
The primary objective of this project is to accelerate HIV/AIDS epidemic control and attain the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals using the Test and Start approach combines with efficient models of service delivery; care and treatment services and essential laboratory services, targeted HIV testing services (HTS), prevention of transmission among KPs, and Priority populations, TB/HIV prevention, diagnosis and treatment, eMTCT, and services to OVCs.