Mildmay Uganda

Empowering communities to effectively respond to HIV and other priority health issues.
1.5 million people are living with HIV in Uganda, with only one in 10 getting the treatment they need. Young people are particularly vulnerable, 2.3% of young people are living with HIV. Since then we have grown to become the biggest HIV care treatment provider in central Uganda, now reaching over 90,000 people living with and affected by HIV.

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Kenya

Kenya has the joint fourth-largest HIV epidemic in the world (alongside Mozambique and Uganda), in 2013 statistic show that 1.6 million people were living with HIV. Roughly 58,000 people died from AIDS-related illnesses in the same year although this dropped by 32% between 2009 and 2013.There are now 1.1 million children orphaned by AIDS.Mildmay Kenya empowers communities to deliver HIV health care services through

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Past Work

Boresha – Prisoners, Children and Healthcare Workers living with HIV
From 2010-13, Mildmay Kenya and Tanzania carried out ‘Boresha’, a bold multi-country project which targeted key vulnerable populations infected and affected by HIV in Kenya and Tanzania. It was part funded by the European Union.
The groups we worked with were prisoners, HIV positive healthcare workers and children. The aim

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Development

As our understanding of HIV has evolved, and as medication and survival rates have improved, Mildmay continues to adapt and respond and meet new, often complex and rapidly changing need. Our aim is to continue to work to develop new projects, and well as sustain our current successes.

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