After decades of civil conflict, Angola is rebuilding its national health infrastructure to address pressing challenges such as HIV, tuberculosis, and sexual and reproductive health. ICAP is working at the facility level to strengthen HIV testing, care, and treatment, and advance HIV/TB program integration for seamless, effective service provision. With ICAP’s support, Angola is developing its national health information system so decision-makers can recognize trends and direct resources where most needed.



Global TA: Strengthening HIV Care and TreatmentAngola

Strengthening Strategic and Laboratory Information ServicesAngola


Global TA: Rapid Improvement Model for Viral Load MonitoringAngola

MTCT-Plus ExpansionAngola

Quality Improvement Capacity for Impact Project (QICIP)Angola

Current Projects

Program Start
  • 2015
Key Technical Areas
  • HIV prevention, care, and treatment
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Quality improvement Strategic Information
  • Tuberculosis
Current Funders
  • PEPFAR / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • National AIDS Institute of Angola (Instituto Nacional de Luta contra a SIDA)


Carlos Laudari, MD, MPHCarlos Laudari, MD, MPH

Anna Deryabina is a medical doctor with a doctoral degree in public health policy and management. She has significant experience and applied skills in designing, implementing and evaluating projects focused on providing HIV prevention, care and treatment services to key populations (primarily people who inject drugs, sex workers and men who have sex with men) and people living with HIV. Her areas of expertise include overall program design and management, capacity building, monitoring and evaluation (M&E), civil society mobilization, and quality improvement.

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