Graphic featuring text: 166,320 people tested.

In Swaziland, AIDSFree reached 166,320 individuals with HIV testing and counseling services—more than 200% of our target.

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eLMIS, an AIDSFree logistics initiative, more than tripled the uptake of key reproductive health products in Zambia.

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The PEPFAR 2018 Annual Report to Congress features the success of AIDSFree Mozambique in increasing VMMC uptake in key districts.

The eLMIS is user-friendly and enables me to carry out my work well and to deliver better health services. I attribute all this to the good and excellent training I got from AIDSFree.
—James Kangwa, Pharmacist at Kasama General Hospital, Zambia

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15,755 children, adolescents, and young people in Kenya tested for HIV at affiliated sites under a unique public-private partnership designed by AIDSFree.

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“We’re able to reach people who would otherwise not have come in for an HIV test, the ordinary people that wouldn’t normally get routine tests until after they felt sick.”
—Jackie Sallet, Project Director for the AIDSFree Project