ICAP’s approach to improving HIV care and treatment in Burundi focuses on working with local partners and networks to strengthen health systems and improve access to high-quality service delivery. Supporting the Ministry of Health and national partners to optimize the way health services are managed and delivered will have promising outcomes for HIV epidemic control in the country.


Reaching Impact, Saturation and Epidemic Control (RISE)

  • Multi-Country,
  • current
RISE is a 5-year global project designed to help countries achieve a shared vision of attaining and maintaining epidemic control, with stronger local partners capable of managing and achieving results with direct funding, and sustainable, self-reliant, and resilient health systems by 2024. RISE’s contributions to this work will lead to decreased HIV-related morbidity and mortality ...

The CQUIN Project for Differentiated Service Delivery

  • Multi-Country,
  • current
CQUIN is a multi-country learning network dedicated to improving differentiated service delivery (DSD) for people living with HIV. Launched in 2017 with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the network convenes health system leaders from countries in sub-Saharan Africa to participate in joint learning and information exchange, with the goal of fostering scale-up ...

ICAP in Burundi

Program Start
  • 2019  
Key Technical Areas
  • HIV Prevention, Care, and Treatment
  • HIV/TB Program Implementation
  • Differentiated Service Delivery
  • Health Systems Strengthening 
  • Quality Improvement
  • Human Resources for Health
  • Infection Prevention and Control
  • Laboratory Strengthening
  • Pharmacy and Supply Chain Management
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
Current Funders

Country Director

Bonaparte Nijirazana, MD, MPHBonaparte Nijirazana, MD, MPH

Dr. Nijirazana is a medical doctor specializing in the multi-disciplinary care of people living with HIV/AIDS. He has been ICAP’s Country Director in Burundi since January 2020, where he coordinates various projects ICAP implements in the country. Before joining ICAP, he was the Deputy Chief of Party and Technical Director for the USAID-funded Reaching an AIDS-Free Generation (RAFG) project. Prior to that role, he also worked in several increasingly responsible clinical and program positions at FHI 360/Burundi. In addition, he has extensive experience working with PEPFAR programs. He has been active in HIV-related working groups and committees convened by the Burundi National Ministry of Public Health and the Fight Against AIDS. He holds a medical degree from the National University of Rwanda and an MPH from the Aix Marseille University in France.



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