KEY POINTS: In a country where 1.4 million people are living with HIV, women and young women in particular are disproportionately affected. There are many political and cultural barriers which have hindered effective HIV prevention programming in Uganda. As a result, new HIV infections are expected to rise in coming years. While there have been

National Training of Trainers

ANECCA through the support of the global fund has conducted regional trainers of Trainers (TOT) in different countries where persons are engaged in an in-depth competence building training, as Regional Trainers, for all the seven countries. In a bid to roll out the training in-country, ANECCA is continuously   working together with Ministry of Health in the


ANECCA with the support of UNICEF has organized a mentorship session for the people in areas such as Karamoja to improve ways of monitoring HIV testing including Early Infant Diagnosis (EID) and Viral Load (VL) in order to improve identification of new HIV cases in children, adolescents, mothers and other adults. Uganda has established the

Paediatric and Adolescent ART Coverage

ANECCA is working in collaboration with, MOH discussed the ART initiation and retention. Ante-retroviral Therapy (ART) due to low paediatric and adolescent ART coverage. ANECCA teams across the 7 countries were catalyzing implementers whose aim is to increase coverage and quality of HIV service delivery

Training Health Workers

This curriculum for training health workers has been designed by ANECCA to respond to knowledge, attitudes and skills gaps of health care providers in the provision of HIV counseling and psychological care for children and adolescents.    

Orientation of CSOs

ANECCA has planned to orient CSO organization in basic HIV counseling and PSS support for children and adolescents. The gained skills will bridge the gap in psychosocial care at a community level and advocacy for the psychosocial care and support of children and adolescents at all levels.PSS care and counseling TOT for children and adolescents