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AIDSFree Provides VMMC Services to over 100,000 Men
In project year 2, AIDSFree used community-level, site-level, and above-site-level approaches to provide voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) services to over 100,000 men in Tanzania, Mozambique, and Namibia.
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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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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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New pediatric HIV infections declined 66% worldwide from 2002-2016. How will we maintain the momentum?
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It used to take 15 days for these clinics in Zambia to get their data out. Now it takes one.
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The AIDSFree approach in Tanzania is providing comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment, and support services to tens of thousands in Tanzania's prison and police populations.

AIDSFree participated in the UNAIDS "Hands Up for HIV Prevention" campaign, bringing attention to the importance of scaling up HIV prevention methods in order to reach an AIDS-free generation.

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More than 400 testing sites in Ethiopia ensured the delivery of crucial HIV test kits with AIDSFree's new Integrated Voice Response.

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The [AIDSFree] electronic logistics management information system has simplified the life of our health facilities staff and clients. It enables antiretrovirals to be available so that clients can receive medications on time.
—Emmanuel Mubanga, principal pharmacist at the Ministry of Health, Zambia
Photo of a group of men and a woman standing arm in arm and smiling. From left: AIDSFree staff member Lusepo Kipenya, Malasa, Nyasani, AIDSFree staff members Silvery Tesha and Paskal Maganga. Photo Credit: Zacharia Mlacha, Jhpiego
After holding out for nearly four years, 45-year-old Malasa joined the more than 400,000 men who have received VMMC services through AIDSFree in Tanzania.