ROM 2022 Annual Report

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

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HIV Prevention

a). Prevention ROM carried out prevention programs among target groups; PLHIV, their partners, youths and others to reduce the HIV burden and its financial implications. Activities included dissemination of information about HIV/AIDS, HTS, adherence to ART, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Gender-based Violence and other behavioral change information to build beneficiaries’ self-confidence, communication skills, critical thinking

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Male involvement in HIV Care & Treatment

ROM attracted men to actively participate in their partners’ or relatives’ lives as far as living with HIV is concerned. In 2022, menwere encouraged to attend both HIV counseling and testing for their pregnant wives for purposes of eMTCT and much more.Some men accompanied their partners to get treatment for NCDs, attended in community engagements

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The Grandmothers project

To improve the well-being of extremely vulnerable older persons, ROM, with support from the Stephen Lewis Foundation (SLF), implements the Grandmothers’ project in Butuntumula Sub-County Luweero district and in Nakawa Division Kampala District. Beneficiaries are on annual basis provided with medical care, economic empowerment and psychosocial support, in addition to vocational skilling for Adolescent Girls

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