ACCESS, an acronym for Accelerated Control of HIV Epidemic and Sustainability Solution is a 5-year PEPFAR-funded comprehensive HIV care, treatment, prevention, and support program, implemented across Abia, Enugu, and Imo States in Nigeria which began in October 2022.

The project works to strengthen HIV services efficiently and sustainably through effective GoN (Government of Nigeria) and inter-agency collaborations, leveraging resources to ensure cost-effective interventions and minimize duplication of efforts.

The ACCESS Project uses innovative strategies such as the SURGE for intensified HIV case finding as well as new service delivery models (NSDM) to strengthen linkages between the community and health facilities and improve retention in care.


Highlights from the States

Designing Plans for Progress: Next Quarter of the ACCESS Project

02 Feb 2024 ACCESS

In a bid to enhance cooperation with our partners and quality performance on the Accelerated Control of HIV...

From Vulnerability to Resilience: The Journey of Empowered Youth in Imo State

25 Nov 2023 ACCESS

To improve psychosocial and health outcomes among the target population, we recently worked with the JDPC Orlu...

Workshop on Patient Biometric Services: Tackling Challenges and Formulating Solutions

13 Nov 2023 ACCESS

Caritas Nigeria Chief of Party and Principal Investigator, Dr. Oko. John Okpanachi, with a delegation of HQ staff,...

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