In 2002 the Foundation, in collaboration with local partners, initiated one of Malawi’s first programs to provide prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTCT) services. By 2006, the Foundation was supporting 54 percent of all PMTCT services available in country. Today, the Foundation’s Malawi program provides technical and capacity building assistance to Ministry of Health (MOH)-supported health care systems and facilities.

As of September 30, 2010, Foundation-supported programs in Malawi have provided nearly 367,000 women with PMTCT services; tested more than 305,000 pregnant women for HIV; and provided more than 48,000 women and infants with lifesaving antiretroviral drugs to prevent transmission of HIV from mother to child.

(*Data cumulative from program start through September 30, 2010)


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