Protecting Families against HIV/AIDS (PREFA) is a national Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) that was formed in June 2004 with a mission to assist Uganda to enhance access to quality HIV/AIDS prevention, care, treatment and support to families with emphasis on Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV as the entry point to these services. Shortly before PREFA was borne the MOH had initiated a PMTCT programme in 2000 but coverage between and within districts was inadequate and not equitable….Readmore

PREFA in brief

Perfomance

These include training of service providers in comprehensive HIV/AIDS care services…

Achievements

REFA’s planned activities for the year July 2010 to June 2011, in collaboration with the Ministry…

Challenges

1) Implemenating of new national PMTCT guidelines. (2)Preparation for new project experienced delays. (3) Low EID coverage

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With Uganda’s population of nearly 33 million that was growing at the rate of 3.4% per annum, this would have translated into approximately 22,000 babies being born infected with the HIV virus per year if there was no prevention of mother to child transmission intervention.

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