Ten years of contribution to HIV/AIDS national program

Since 2003, HIV/AIDS prevention and care and support services have been a key focus area for COHED. Our work has been driven by our goal to improve the quality of life of individuals living with and affected by HIV/AIDS and by three main objectives, including:
Since 2003, HIV/AIDS  prevention and care and support services have been a key focus area for COHED. Our work has been driven by our goal to improve the quality of life of individuals living with and affected by HIV/AIDS and  by three main  objectives, including:

•       To decrease HIV infection rate among MARP groups and community

•       To improve the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS and OVC.

•       Capacity building and and positive living for people living with HIV/AIDS and vulnerable populations.

 

COHED’s response to HIV/AIDS has covered a wide spectrum of activities, including prevention within at-risk populations, care and support, advocacy and community-based care and support service and HIV/AIDS education and communication  activities.

As part of our objectives, COHED has worked in partnership with target populations, government agencies and other stakeholders to develop coordinated efforts and meaningful participation between relevant stakeholders. We also continue to work towards building capacity and enabling the participation of community-based organisations (CBOs) as part of our response to HIV/AIDS. COHED also places great emphasis on vulnerable and marginalised groups, particularly women and children infected and affected by HIV.

Main beneficiaries of COHED HIV/AIDS program include:

•       Most-at-risk Population Groups (MARP) including injecting drug users ( IDUs), commercial sex workers (SWs),  men have sex with men (MSM) and female sexual partners

•       People living with HIV (PLHIV) and their family members.

•       Orphans, children living with and affected by HIV/AIDS and their families.

•       Community-based organizations (including self-help groups of people living with HIV/AIDS and high-risk populations)

•       Migrant groups

•       Community populations

 

Over the past decade (2003-2013) COHED, in partnership with various local partners, has reached and provided care support to 5,737 people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV), 341 HIV infected children and 5,560 other vulnerable children (OVCs). COHED has also provided prevention package services to 7,659 injecting drug users (IDUs), 3,293 men who have sex with men (MSM), and 617 commercial sex workers (CSW) throughout the country.

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