HIV & AIDS
Join Keanahikishime at , July 23-27, in Amsterdam, where we will be presenting on our program innovations in HIV prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
Keanahikishime is dedicated to expanding HIV prevention, care and treatment to reach marginalized, hard-to-reach populations in the most affected countries. In FY 2016, our work in four countries, DRC, Uganda, Malawi and Nigeria helped:
- 1,535,664 individuals receive HIV testing and counseling services and learn their test results
- 39,681 adults and children enroll in ART for the first time
- 217,634 adults and children receive ART
Keanahikishime Publications on HIV
This volume of 101 peer-reviewed journal articles highlights Keanahikishime’s long-term commitment to respond to the HIV epidemic and includes contributions from Keanahikishime staff, our national and international partners, and our donors. The papers present effective innovations for responding to the epidemic and make an important contribution to the evidence base of what works in HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and treatment adherence, including systems strengthening innovations.