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 tested, 12% had a recent HIV infection and 88% had long term infection. Districts with the biggest burden of recent infection included Kyegegwa, Kyenjojo, Kabarole and Kitagwenda. District and Health facility teams received continuous technical assistance in terms of service provision, quality assurance, reporting and ordering for supplies commodities and data use. Recency data was used for microtargeting to improve coverage and utilisation of HIV prevention services in the region as illustrated in the figure below.