New Article Emphasizes Relationship Between Mobility, Food Security, and Transactional Sex – Underlining Need for HIV Prevention and Service Delivery to Mobile Populations in Sub-Saharan Africa
On February 6, 2020, The Government of Uganda, led by the Ministry of Health, launched the second Uganda Population-based HIV Impact Assessment survey (UPHIA 2020) to unveil the current situation of the HIV epidemic in Uganda and effectiveness of existing responses.
With world leaders gathered in New York for the UN General Assembly, ICAP at Columbia University—in partnership with PEPFAR and CDC— announced new data on the state of HIV epidemics in Lesotho and Uganda.
Press Release: Five African countries approach control of their HIV epidemics as U.S. government launches bold strategy to accelerate progress
Latest survey results show Lesotho’s significant success with HIV viral load suppression and stabilization of Uganda’s previously expanding epidemic.