support people living with HIV
We build knowledge, mobilize people, inspire leadership and facilitate all voices to play significant roles in the response to HIV.
We work with communities in Buikwe District (central Uganda) to support people living with HIV and reduce effects of stigma and discrimination.
HIV/AIDS in Uganda has recently rebound due to people neglecting the fact that it is still killing people at an unbelievable rate.
The Main Goal of this project is to support Buikwe District by developing HIV programs that focus on creating better health outcomes for undeserved and vulnerable populations.
We work with providers, community leaders, patient advocates, and government officials to identify gaps, then develop and scale up best practices to achieve sustainable improvements.
Zidan Community Based Organization supports nearby Districts to develop HIV programs that focus on creating better health outcomes for undeserved and vulnerable populations. We apply locally adapted, county-led methods to improve health care systems.
Our programs advance the United States Global Health Initiative objective of creating an AIDS-free generation.
Our approach aligns with the Global Health Initiative’s principles of health systems strengthening to increase sustainability, strategic coordination and integration of services, gender-sensitive programming, and country leadership and ownership.