Organization, Vision, mission, Goal, Objective & core value

To see a society that cares and supports PLHIV and AIDS orphans and a generation free of HIV/AIDS.

Addressing the prevention of HIV/AIDS and the protection of the basic needs and human rights of people living with HIV/AIDS, their families and dependants, through holistic care and support, education and advocacy.

  • Improve the quality of life of persons and communities infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia.
  • Play a leading and exemplary role in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

Community–Based, Participatory, PLHIV and AIDS Orphans Centered/focused, Quality and sustainable service delivery, Effectiveness and efficiency, Ethical consideration and Honesty, Integrity, equitability, transparency and accountability.

According to a World Health Organization study, the strength of anti-HIV medication has been reduced from 600 mg to 400mg በአለም ጤና ድርጅት ጥናት መሰረት የጸረ ኤች አይቪ መድኃኒት ጥንካሬ (strength) ከ600mg ወደ 400mg መቀነሱ ተገለጸ፡፡

በኢትዮጵያ መድኃኒት አቅራቢ ኤጀንሲ የአለም ጤና ድርጅትን የጥናት ምክረ ሃሳብ መሰረት ተደርጎ የጸረ ኤች አይቪ መድኃኒቱ ግራም መቀነሱን እና መድኃኒቱን ማቅረብ መጀመሩን በኤጀንሲው የኤች ኤ ቪ ፡ተቢ እና ወባ ምጠና ቡድን መሪ ወ/ሪት ፂወን ፀጋየ የካቲት 5/2012 ዓ.ም ገልጸዋል፡፡

የጸረ ኤች አይቪ መድኃኒቱ ከአሁን በፊት Tenofouir300mg+Lamivudine300mg+Efavirenz 600mg እንደነበረ ገልጸው በአሁኑ ወቅት Tenofouir300mg+Lamivudine300mg+Efavirenz 400mg እንድቀየር ተደርጓል በማለት ተናግረዋል፡፡ 

HIV/AIDS Key facts

  • HIV continues to be a major global public health issue, having claimed more than 32 million lives so far. However, with increasing access to effective HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care, including for opportunistic infections, HIV infection has become a manageable chronic health condition, enabling people living with HIV to lead long and healthy lives.

HIV/AIDS was responsible for 17,181 deaths in Ethiopia in 2017

A research paper released by the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) reveals that HIV/AIDS was responsible for 17,181 deaths in Ethiopia in 2017. The data collected by GBD shows that Despite the rapid scale-up of antiretroviral therapy (ART) since 2000, HIV/AIDS is still the most common cause of death in sub-Saharan Africa, according to data from the Global Burden of Disease.

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