AMPATHPlus is a USAID funded HIV service delivery (including HIV and TB co-infected) project in Kakamega County, that supports the county to provide these services. The overall goal of the project is to increase access and coverage for HIV prevention, care and treatment services towards achieving the 95-95-95 targets. This is being achieved through the following seven objectives:
- Objective 1: Support in the provision of HIV Testing Services (HTS) and the identification of new HIV infected individuals.
- Objective 2: Provide prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV services leading to the knowledge of status of pregnant women, provision of ART to HIV positive pregnant women and provision of infant prophylaxis to their infants.
- Objective 3: Support the provision of high quality HIV Care and Treatment services to new HIV positive adults and children and current adults and children.
- Objective 4: Provide quality and safe Laboratory Services to 155 supported sites.
- Objective 5: Strengthen quality ART commodity supply chain services across 155 health facilities.
- Objective 6: Improve program performance though robust Strategic Information and Quality Improvement systems at facility, sub-county and county levels.
- Objective 7: Transition and Sustainability.
The primary focus of the AMPATHPlus project is to identify, link, treat, and retain HIV+ clients within the identified 155 MOH service delivery sites across the 12 sub counties in Kakamega County.
Health Strat is also responsible for managing the project’s health workforce comprising 348 multi-disciplinary workers within the 155 supported sites and a further 285 community health volunteers.