HIV Prevention in ACE Fort

Prevention and treatment for Key and Priority Populations: During the reporting period, a total of 13,510 Key populations and 7,756 Priority Population received a minimum package of individual layered prevention […]

TB Case finding and Treatment

During the reporting period, 5348 new and relapse TB cases were identified in Fort portal region at 151 HFs representing 113% of the annual target. Of these, 1633 cases were […]

VL Coverage and Suppression

The project supported HWs to integrate VL screening and testing services during provision of HIV services at facility and community level. We used data to map clients missing VL testing; […]

Care and Treatment

In line with the UNAIDS 95-95-95 strategy, Baylor Uganda supported district teams to provide high quality person-centred treatment services to 89,724 PLHIV during the reporting period, representing 97% of the […]

Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT)

The project implemented a robust PMTCT clinic system across all 151 supported sites in the region. The figure below shows the key PMTCT achievements registered during the reporting period; This […]

HIV Recency Testing

With support from MoH and Uganda Virus Research Institute, the project implemented HIV recency testing at 86 activated sites reaching a total of 4,326 during the reporting period. Of those […]

HIV Testing Services in ACE Fort

Baylor Uganda supported 151 Health facilities to provide highly targeted quality HIV testing services (HTS) with rapid or same-day linkage to ART.  We redistributed testing commodities (Rapid testing kits (RTKs), […]


Baylor Uganda works in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and other partners to strengthen surveillance systems that are able to detect events of public health significance early to facilitate […]

GHS Capacity Statement

Laboratory Systems Strengthening Since 2007, Baylor-Uganda, with funding from CDC and USAID, has been supporting the Ministry of Health to build a laboratory network with the capacity to provide diagnostic […]