In collaboration with the MoHCC, ZimPAAC works in 395 facilities in 20 districts deploying more than 800 skilled health care workers to meet the UNAIDS “95-95-95” targets towards HIV epidemic control:

HIV Prevention

Person-centered Care

  • Supporting public facilities to offer client-centered services to vulnerable and most at risk groups, such as key and priority populations.
  • Working with health facilities to improve the availability and quality of HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services through site support and quality improvement projects

HIV Testing and Linkage to Services

  • Conducting ethical and safe index testing through community linkages activities that help clients, and their sexual partners and biological children, access HIV testing.
  • Targeted testing to reach priority groups: children and adolescents, Key Populations, young men

Keeping HIV-positive Persons Healthy and In Care on HIV Treatment

Systems Strengthening