Although the number of people living with HIV in Guatemala is fairly low compared to other countries, high rates of infection are found among vulnerable populations such as men who have sex with men and transgender women. Gaps exist along the HIV prevention and care cascade, making it difficult for the country to reach the UNAIDS 95-95-95 goals. ICAP is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Ministry of Health, President’s Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) implementers, and civil society groups. These partnerships aim to improve current practices and to fast-track local capacity to meet national, PEPFAR, and UNAIDS goals by implementing innovative, effective, and comprehensive capacity-building strategies that strengthen service delivery and human resources for health.


Tracking with Recency Assays to Control the Epidemic (TRACE)

  • Multi-Country,
  • current
Disease surveillance to stop HIV transmission in its tracks. Remarkable progress has been made toward HIV epidemic control in some high-burden countries, but many gaps remain. Identifying people with undiagnosed HIV infection, especially those who have been recently infected, is essential to realize the individual benefit of rapid treatment initiation and to prevent HIV transmission to others. ...

ICAP in Guatemala

Program Start
  • 2021
Technical Areas
  • HIV Care and Treatment      
  • HIV Testing and Counseling
  • Laboratory Support
  • Recency Testing
  • PrEP
Current Funders
  • PEPFAR / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Regional Director

Jobs in Guatemala