ICAP’s approach to improving HIV care and treatment in Burundi focuses on working with local partners and networks through strengthening health systems and improving 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.



CQUIN Project for Differentiated Service Delivery

Reaching Impact, Saturation and Epidemic Control (RISE)Districts (or national)Kirundo,Ngozi,Kayanza,Bujumbura Rural

ICAP in Burundi

Program Start
  • October 1, 2019
Key Technical Areas
  • HIV prevention

  • Epidemic control

  • Case finding

  • Care and treatment

  • Health systems strengthening 

  • Health information systems

  • Technical assistance

Current Funders

Country Director

Bonaparte Nijirazana, MD, MPHBonaparte Nijirazana, MD, MPH

Dr. Nijirazana is a medical doctor with specialization in multi-disciplinary care of people living with HIV/AIDS. Since 2009, he has worked in a number of increasingly responsible clinical and program positions at FHI360/Burundi, most recently serving as the Deputy Chief of Party & Technical Director for the USAID-funded Reaching an AIDS-Free Generation (RAFG) project. He has extensive experience with PEPFAR and he has been active in HIV-related working groups and committees convened by the 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. 


Jobs in Burundi

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