Community Intervention model for reaching all children exposed to HIV

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Last updated on: 27 February 2024

This document describes how the Towards an AIDS-Free Generation in Uganda (TAFU) programme tested and further developed a community intervention model. Based on the positive results achieved so far, this model should be adopted and implemented by others within Uganda and further afield.

The document sets out to share learning from the TAFU programme, now that it has been implemented for three years. It is aimed at programme implementers, policymakers and donor agencies who seek an intervention model that can effectively build the community role into their programmes and strengthen the linkages between community actors and healthcare providers, with the aim of finding the missing children living with HIV, enrolling and retaining them in care.