Breakthrough Partnership continues for three years

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Last updated on: 04 March 2024

The Breakthrough Partnership will continue for three years until 2026. Initiated and funded by ViiV Healthcare Positive Action in 2020, the partnership aims to create sustainable change to end paediatric HIV in regions most urgent. As Aidsfonds we are exited to continue as partner in this ambitious collaboration together with EGPAF, PATA and UNICEF to continue our impactful work in Uganda, Nigeria and Mozambique.


The Breakthrough Partnership

The partnership strengthens collaborations between community, health facilities, government, health care providers and civil society, with communities at the centre, to prevent mother to child transmission and provide HIV treatment and care to reach all children living with HIV and their mothers in the community. Through this collaboration, the Breakthrough Partnership aims to end paediatric AIDS and HIV transmission by 2030

In three Breakthrough countries we work with our valuable community partners to implement the community-based paediatric HIV approach: Community Health Alliance Uganda (CHAU), the National Forum of People living with HIV and AIDS Networks Uganda (NAFOPHANU) and Health Need Uganda, with N’weti in Mozambique and with Society for Family Health in Nigeria.

Breakthrough Partnership – ending Paediatric AIDS in Prioritiy African Countries from Aidsfonds on Vimeo.

Our partners have such good networks, they are able to find those children and mothers living with HIV

– Sabrina Erné, Senior Project Officer Children & HIV and Paediatric HIV Advocacy Lead at Aidsfonds