CHAP Stawisha is a CDC–funded project that begun on October 30, 2022, and is expected to run until September 29, 2026.The supports HIV Care and treatment interventions to 19,292 patients currently on ART in 38 facilities distributed across 8 counties, namely, Embu, Meru, Laikipia, Tharaka Nithi, Machakos, Makueni, Kitui and Nyandarua. In addition, the project is supporting one OVC Local Implementing partner in Machakos County.
To continue acceleration of sustainable, high-quality, and comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment services, to achieve the 95-95-95 targets and HIV epidemic control, and transition to a sustainable service delivery model for the FBAHF facilities in the 8 target counties.
Project success will be measured along four long-term benchmarks listed below. Short and intermediate-term outcomes will contribute to these benchmarks.
1. Reduced HIV incidence in the target counties
2. Virtual eMTCT of HIV
3. Reduced HIV and TB related morbidity and mortality across all populations
4. Increased investment and accountability of FBOs and county governments in the HIV/TB program