HIV/Aids

RELATED PROGRAMS

Mother and child care

ROM offers a comprehensive program of antenatal and postnatal care, counselling, medical treatment and follow-ups of pregnant and lactating mothers with the elimination of Mother-to-Child

Read More

TB

At ROM, tuberculosis (TB) services have been integrated with HIV services, through screening all HIV clients routinely for TB and TB patients for HIV. ROM

Read More

At ROM, we believe that the best way to stop the spread of HIV is to prevent it in the first place. ROM runs a strong prevention program, incorporating music, dance and drama, youth camps and a club for young mothers to reach out to some of the most vulnerable groups.

Out-of-school and in-school activities

ROM organizes youth camps and football leagues in partnership with the Naguru Teenage Information and Health Center to reach out to youth in and out of school and deliver HIV prevention messages. Activities are conducted with schoolchildren aged 10-24 years in small groups of 15-30, through seminars, debates, music, dance and drama, and discussions. Children come up with their own HIV prevention messages and showcase their understandings through skits, songs, plays, and poems in front of their peers. Small group discussions also provide both HIV-positive and negative children with a safe space to open up about their personal challenges.

Our Programs

Adolescents

Children and adolescents are tested for HIV through HIV testing and counselling services at clinics,

Mother and child care

ROM offers a comprehensive program of antenatal and postnatal care, counselling, medical treatment and follow-ups

HIV/Aids

At ROM, we believe that the best way to stop the spread of HIV is

OVC

ROM sponsors Orphans and Vulnerable Children with school fees, scholastic materials, nutritional support, and psychosocial interventions.

Young Mothers

The young mothers club is an initiative established to support teenage mothers who are often

Economic Empowerment

To cut extreme vulnerability cycles and support positive health outcomes among ROM beneficiaries, customized economic

NCDs

As a way to mitigate the health effects of HIV/AIDS ROM in 2020 extended service

Grand mothers

To improve the well-being of extremely vulnerable grandmothers and their households as key OVC caregivers.

TB

At ROM, tuberculosis (TB) services have been integrated with HIV services, through screening all HIV