AHF Rwanda provides services to over 23,000 people, in 20 health facilities, across eight districts in Rwanda. Since the commencement of the HIV testing program in 2006, over 600,000 people have been counseled and tested and more than 8 million condoms have been distributed through different approaches including condom dispensers placed in hot spots. AHF Rwanda has made tremendous contributions to health infrastructure and equipping of health units, through the installation of 3 CD4 machines for patient monitoring, renovation of laboratories and building of HIV clinic Gasabo District.
AHF Rwanda implements comprehensive testing models with a strong community outreach component, making services more accessible in hard-to-reach areas. AHF Rwanda works closely with local organizations, implementing programmatic activities to create a sustainable system of health impact among at-risk populations. Currently the organization partners with five community-based organizations (CBOs) across the country. These CBOs are supported to conduct mobilization, education and referral to services.
AHF Rwanda also implements various advocacy initiatives and works to influence policies in-country for the benefit of People Living with HIV (PLHIV).