HIV Care and Treatment
In recent years, great advances in HIV care and treatment have allowed many people living with HIV to regain their health, live longer, and plan their futures. As simpler and less expensive antiretroviral treatment regimens have become more readily available, our programs have expanded to assist the millions of people living with HIV to access the care and treatment they need.
In India, with support from the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, EngenderHealth is establishing regional centers to train 14,000 HIV-positive people as peer educators who—along with health workers—provide comprehensive care and support to 137,000 people living with HIV. EngenderHealth has also introduced its quality improvement approaches to help strengthen HIV services in Karnataka through the USAID-funded Samastha Project, reaching 15,000 adults living with HIV and 5,000 orphans.