As of 2020, around 2,700 people had access to the lifesaving treatment, representing only a portion of those requiring antiretroviral therapies. Access to testing and treatment on the ground represent biggest barriers to equitable care.
DoDaum has led efforts to deliver antiretroviral treatments at community and family levels, while building sustainable systems to strengthen integrated service delivery overall. Our HIV strategy focuses on community-based hospitals to scale-up HIV services. The work is focused mostly on underserved populations.
Since 2013, DoDaum has worked tirelessly to fight the spread of HIV. The initiative has reached about 2,700 individuals with a combination of prevention, care and treatment activities and services.
The rapid rise of HIV in the nation warrants focus on immediate delivery of treatment to patients to reduce the likelihood of an epidemic.