CD4 Testing in Remote Areas
For over three decades, Uganda has been in the grip of a devastating HIV/AIDS epidemic. Around 1,350,000 people are currently living with HIV in the country, and there are an estimated 33 new HIV infections per day among young people between the ages of 15 and 24. But Uganda has been fighting back and — keenly aware of UNAIDS' goals for epidemic control by 2020 — has been making significant strides to contain the spread by widening the reach of its HIV prevention, care and treatment services.
Follow the links, to learn how Uganda has designed an innovative system to ensure that even people in remote rural communities can receive high quality HIV prevention, care and treatment services.