The Foundation has provided critical support to Zimbabwe’s national HIV prevention efforts since establishing services there in 2001. Today, the Foundation is active at more than 800 sites in 35 districts, supporting the expansion and provision of quality prevention, care, and treatment services. Working in collaboration with the Zimbabwe Ministry of Health and Child Welfare (MOHCW) and partners, the Foundation is increasing access to the services necessary to prevent the spread of HIV to children, women, and families in Zimbabwe.
The Foundation provides PMTCT and HIV care and treatment services in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare (MOHCW). The Foundation’s activities in Zimbabwe are carried out in partnership with three Family AIDS Initiatives (FAI) Consortium partners: the JF Kapnek Charitable Trust, the Organization for Public Health Interventions and Development (OPHID), and the Zimbabwe AIDS Prevention Project (ZAPP).
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