KGLIS – USAID Uganda Good Life Integrated HIV Counselling and Testing Kampala

By |May 5th, 2011|Projects|

ICOBI is partnering Uganda Health Marketing Group (UHMG) and John Hopkins University (JHU) and is implementing the USAID Uganda Integrated HIV Counselling and Testing in all the 5 divisions in Kampala City. This program which started in September 2013 will run until September 2015. The program aims to increase access to, coverage of, and utilisation [...]

Organizational Capacity Assessment. A case of ICOBI

By |June 11th, 2009|Publications|

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Door-to-door Ugandan VCT programme finds more HIV-positive males than females among serodiscordant couples

By |February 8th, 2008|Publications|

Home-based, voluntary counselling and testing has found that over 2% of cohabiting couples in the Bushenyi region of Uganda are serodiscordant for HIV. The men in these partnerships are more likely than the women to be HIV-positive, and condom use in these couples is very low, according to a presentation to the Fifteenth Conference on [...]

Door-door home-based VCT reveals high HIV incidence among HIV-discordant couple members, Uganda

By |July 5th, 2007|Publications|

Presented by Stephen Asiimwe, Uganda. Asiimwe S.1, Muganzi E.1, Tumwesigye E.1, Achom M.2, Tappero J.2 1Integrated Community Based Initiatives (ICOBI), Bushenyi, Uganda, 2Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Kampala, Uganda Objectives: Unprotected sexual intercourse among HIV1 sero discordant individuals in communities with high HIV prevalence may increase the risk of HIV transmission. We assess [...]

100% Access, Districtwide, DoortoDoor, Homebased HIV Counselling and Testing in Rural Uganda

By |March 5th, 2007|Publications|

In October 2004, CDC funded ICOBI a local NGO to implement a Full Access, Districtwide HomeBased Voluntary Counselling and Testing program in Bushenyi district, Uganda • Major Goal: To implement 100% Full Access HBVCT and offer basic care to those HIV positive • Less than 10% of Adult population in the district had ever been [...]