Towards 95:95:95 HIV/AIDS Epidemic Control Goals
Region: Homa Bay and Kisii Counties
Funder: U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Project Duration: October 2021 to September 2026
Meet the Project Lead
Dr. Michael Audo
Project Director, LVCT Vukisha95
LVCT Health is implementing Vukisha95, a five-year program funded by the U.S. Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to support sustainable implementation of comprehensive high-quality HIV prevention, care, and treatment interventions in Homa Bay and Kisii Counties.
Under this program, LVCT Health (Prime) and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) (Sub) works cohesively with the Ministry of Health, relevant government agencies, as well as other key stakeholders at community, county, and sub-county levels, to achieve HIV epidemic control by going beyond the 95-95-95 targets in the program target counties.
Since its inception, LVCT Health has been at the forefront of reducing new HIV infections: increasing equitable access to quality health services through innovative, integrated, comprehensive, and high-impact services and programs that can be delivered at scale.
- Increased demand for and access to quality HIV prevention services.
- Increased demand for and access to quality HIV treatment services.
- Use of quality FP, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child & Adolescent Health and Nutrition services (FP/RMNCAH).
- Strengthened capacity of county health systems, local partners and communities to deliver quality health services.
Our Strategic Interventions
*LVCT Vukisha95 target population include, men, pregnant women, and children, as well as adolescent girls and young women and other key populations including health care providers across the selected service delivery sites of the two target counties.
Where we work
Vukisha95 project is implemented in Homa Bay and Kisii Counties. In Homa Bay County, the program will support 165 sites while in Kisii County 125 sites will be supported
Strengthened county-led health systems as evidenced by increased resource allocation