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Aidsfonds Paediatric HIV Theory of Change

The Theory of Change focuses on the significant number of children with HIV who are underserved: children who may have never been diagnosed, or who have been lost to follow-up and no longer receive HIV treatment. Aidsfonds’ role is to advocate for more funding for paediatric HIV; to fund community-based organisations for service delivery and advocacy; and to invest in paediatric HIV linking and learning.

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Grant Application Regulations

This document contains the terms and conditions that specifically apply to the applications process for a Grant. The terms and conditions contain important information about the rights and obligations of Aidsfonds and applicant in the phase of the application. Please note that a separate set of terms and conditions apply to Grants should these be awarded to you.

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Thandizo pilot project results

This 4-pager describes the results of the Thandizo pilot project: How it started, what is the approach, how it has supported users, and the future of the approach. Thandizo is an approach to support young people living with HIV in Malawi with treatment adherence. Built on COWLHA’s study findings, the Thandizo approach is a combination of support groups and the Thandizo mobile app, jointly  developed by Aidsfonds and COWLHA.

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Best practice
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Addressing challenges of young mothers living with HIV

Explore our list of resources that delve into the complexities of the young mothers living with HIV’s experiences, offering information, guidance, and practical tools to enhance awareness about the challenges which young mothers living with HIV.

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BLOOM project Baseline Assessment

This report presents the results of the baseline evaluation of the Bloom project in Uganda. The purpose of this project is to contribute to “a healthy life for children exposed to Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) or living with HIV (aged 0-14 years) and their young mothers living with HIV (aged 10-24 years) in Uganda”. The Bloom project runs from June 2023 until May 2026, and it is funded by Aidsfonds – Soa Aids Nederland; a Dutch non-profit organisation working with (3) local implementing partners namely; Community Health Alliance Uganda (CHAU), Uganda Young Positives (UYPs) and Joy Initiatives Uganda (JOYI). The evaluation was carried out over a period of 4 months from September 2023 to December 2023. Primary data was collected from all the 5 districts in which the Bloom project is implemented (Mpigi, Mityana, Butambala, Mubende and Kyenjojo). While secondary data was collected from the District Health Information System (DHIS2)9 to showcase the status of HIV/ Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) indicators across the 5 districts at baseline.

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Strengthening community support to improve HIV care

Results and impact from the Kusingata project in Mozambique. Kusingata implements community-led monitoring by using the community score card tool to encourage people living with HIV to engage with health service providers and health authorities to assess the quality of the services, and to jointly create action plans to respond to the identified service gaps.

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