Burkina Faso has a generalised HIV/AIDS epidemic, with a national adult prevalence rate estimated at 1.2%. Approximately 140,000 children have lost at least one parent due to AIDS. The national response is still limited as well as the civil society contribution.
IPC aims to strengthen civil society in order to address the gaps in the national HIV response. IPC has provided support to more than 500 community projects working on AIDS issues since 1995, and it has received project funding from a range of donors.
IPC implements programmes aimed at: prevention (mostly with young people); providing care and support to people living with HIV; scaling up community support to orphans and vulnerable children; and improving access and adherence to treatment.
The organisation also provides financial support to CBOs and NGOs working at community level.
IPC is a Principal Recipient of the Global Fund Round 10. The grant focuses on:
Find out more about our annual achievements on our interactive map.
Initiative Privée et Communautaire de lutte contre le VIH/SIDA
Immeuble Pharmacie Wend Kuuni, Boulevard Charles DE GAULLE, Porte 2252, Secteur 29 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
A global partnership:International HIV/AIDS AllianceSupporting community action on HIV, health and rights to end AIDS
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