Current Programmes

Safe Male Circumcision

To support the scale up of safe male circumcision among HIV negative males aged 15-29 years to reach 27.2% (127, 000) of national target by 2014. ACHAP has committed to support the Government of Botswana's efforts in scaling-up Safe Male Circumcision (SMC) services to reach the intended national target of 385,000 (0-49 years) by 2016. ACHAP will directly contribute towards reaching the target of 127 000 (27.2%) of the national target among males aged 15-29 years. ACHAP's articulated support...
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The Consultancy Unit

The Consultancy Unit The Consultancy Unit was conceptualised in mid-2014 as part of ACHAP’s strategic transition into ‘phase 3’. This phase marked a fundamental change in the organisation’s fourteen year history which was synonymous with the provision of resources, largely financial, to government and local civil society groups. The previous phases hence cemented the image of ACHAP as a donor organisation focused on HIV prevention. The past two decades has seen remarkable changes in Botswana’s...
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ACHAP Training Centre

Over time ACHAP has evolved in tune with the changing environment to decisively respond to the human resources for health needs in Africa, by establishing a fully-fledged training and capacity building unit, the ACHAP Training Center (ATC) in 2014. The center is positioned to be the leading provider of quality health education and training programs in Africa. It seeks to nurture highly skilled and competent human resources for health (HRH) in Africa, through the delivery of innovative state –...
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TB/HIV Co-treatment

To strengthen the National TB Programme in order to improve access to and utilization of integrated HIV and TB services on a national scale by 2014 TB and HIV are global emergencies whose deadly interaction affect millions and threaten global public health. HIV infection is a leading risk factor for TB through promoting the progression of latent and recent infections of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) into active disease. It also increases the rate of recurrence of TB. Botswana has one of the...
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Knowledge Generation

To improve generation, utilization and sharing of strategic information and knowledge from HIV/AIDS and TB programmes in Botswana in order to inform and improve programmes in Botswana and the region by 2014. Strategic Information Management has been identified as a priority area in the second National Strategic Framework (NSF II) with the aim of ensuring improvements in information collection, processing and presentation to enhance programme management, knowledge creation and sharing among...
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