7435 PLHIV were served in 2022

“At ROM, providing HIV/TB prevention, care, treatment, and support services to extremely vulnerable populations while promoting a holistic approach is crucial and has been prioritized. However, although substantial progress has been made towards eMTCT, non-communicable diseases (NCDs) integration, orphans and vulnerable children care, geriatric and adolescent care across all ROM sites, more work still needs to be done to achieve the 95-95-95 targets by 2030”.

Dr. Gertrude Namale, Medical Services Manager.


FIGURE: ROM programs

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