CHAP Uzima, is a five-and-a-half-year project that begun on April 1, 2017, and is expected to run until September 30, 2022.
The project supports HIV care and treatment interventions to 53,321 patients currently on ART in 78 health facilities distributed across 19 counties in Kenya. In addition, the project supports three OVC local implementing partners in three counties. This has been in collaboration with its Health Products and Technologies partner, Mission for Essential Drugs and Supplies.
CHAP Uzima Purpose
The purpose of the project is to contribute to the national efforts to halt and reverse HIV incidence and HIV-related morbidity and mortality by providing technical support to a network of targeted, high volume Faith Based Affiliated Health Facilities (FBAHFs). Through focused HIV interventions in general, key, and priority populations, our aim is to ensure expanded provision of sustainable, high quality, integrated HIV prevention, care, and treatment services.
CHAP Uzima Objectives
- To provide comprehensive, targeted, high-impact interventions that reduce new HIV infections
- To increase access to comprehensive care and treatment services and improve health outcomes for PLHIV
- To improve information generation, management, and use at supported FBAHFs and counties
- To strengthen the capacity of county and facility health systems to deliver sustainable and comprehensive HIV care and treatment services