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Major Projects

Major Project

Over the years AGPAHI has received funding from various donors to implement different programs.
United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through EGPAF- LIFE (Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV) [September, 2011 December, 2015] through a sub award from EGPAF to implement in Shinyanga, Simiyu and Geita
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) - Integration of Family Planning Services into CTC and VCT [July 2013 to July, 2016]. In this project, AGPAHI was supported to integrate Family Planning services into existing CTCs and VCTs in Shinyanga Region following operational research findings that showcased the growing need of FP services by people living with HIV and AIDS in the area.
AGPAHI is currently implementing a Provision of Comprehensive HIV care, Treatment and support programs (2016-2021), a five-year project running from the year 2016 to 2021 and worth 69,227,294 USD and funded by PEPFAR through CDC. This project supports Comprehensive HIV Care and Treatment in Mwanza, Mara, Shinyanga and Simiyu regions. The program implementation involves 29 councils with a total of 478 health facilities. Among them 319 are Care and Treatment sites (CTC) and 159 are Prevention from Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) stand-alone sites. The main focus of the project is to contribute to the attainment of the UNAIDS Fast Track which outlines ambitious new targets to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030.
United States Agency for International Development (USAID) - Integration of Reproductive Health and Family Planning (IRHFP) into C&T services [July 2012 - July, 2014]. As prime recipient, AGPAHI was awarded this cooperative agreement to implement Innovations in Reproductive Health and Family Planning (IRHFP) with the goal of improving access and effective utilization of integrated family planning (FP) services.
Children Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF) - Accelerated Children Treatment (ACT) project [August 2015 - September, 2017] provided a grant to AGPAHI that was aiming at increasing ART access to children after it was found that children treatment was lagging behind.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - HIV Care and Treatment (C&T) Program [September, 2011 - September, 2016] supported implementation of a care and treatment program in Shinyanga and Simiyu regions entitled Provision of HIV/AIDS Treatment Services by Local Indigenous Entities in the United Republic of Tanzania (PHTLSLIE).