Chiradzulu: HIV care for adolescents

Malawi

In Malawi, where an estimated 980,000 people are living with HIV, we run projects to support efforts to combat the virus.

Malawi’s massive budget deficit has hit the health system hard. In addition, international donors have withheld budget support since 2014 due to corruption scandals.

In Nsanje district, we support the severely underfunded district management team in running a fully decentralised HIV and tuberculosis (TB) programme that includes infants newly diagnosed with HIV.

We also support in providing care for patients with advanced HIV in the district hospital, and healthcare for truck drivers and sex workers.

 
Key populations, peer-led HIV and SRH services
HIV/AIDS

Towards Peer-Led HIV and SRH Services for Sex Workers and Men Having Sex with Men

Report 23 Jul 2018
 
Key populations, peer-led HIV and SRH services
HIV/AIDS

Meeting the specific needs of key populations living with HIV

Project Update 23 Jul 2018
 
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Project Update 11 Dec 2017
 
Chiradzulu: Complicated HIV clinic days
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Daily struggles of the most vulnerable

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MSF HIV Testing Clinic's in Conakry
HIV/AIDS

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Project Update 19 Apr 2016