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South Sudan

ICAP began working in South Sudan in 2012 to support the national response to HIV and strengthen fragile health systems impacted by decades of war.

ICAP is partnering with the Ministry of Health (MOH) to provide technical leadership to improve the quality and reach of HIV treatment across South Sudan.

Current Projects

Expanding HIV Care & Treatment Services

ICAP is partnering with the MOH to provide technical assistance to scale-up comprehensive, family-focused HIV care and treatment programs and increase access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) for adults and children. This project builds on ICAP’s previous work and aims to expand: a strong continuum of care for people living with HIV; the use of data to inform evidence-based programs; and the development of new health systems, policies, and tools for use at national and facility level. (funded by PEPFAR through the CDC)

Recently Completed Projects

Technical Assistance for HIV Prevention, Care, & Treatment (2012 – 2015)

ICAP provided technical assistance to the MOH at the national and state level to strengthen HIV program management and implementation, including standardizing the HIV package of care and using strategic information for evidence-based decision-making. ICAP supported: a nationwide assessment of all ART sites; the development and update of national guidelines, policies, and tools; health care worker training in HIV and TB/HIV management; and worked with state health authorities to support clinical supervision and TA to sites providing ART. (funded by PEPFAR through the CDC)