CPI is committed to an AIDS-free future for Myanmar.
We empower our community partners to prevent new HIV infections, challenge stigma and discrimination, and provide key medical, nutritional, psychosocial and livelihoods support to help HIV positive individuals achieve and maintain good physical and mental health, and lead fulfilling lives.
CPI is committed to working with key populations at high risk of HIV/AIDS to ensure that they have access to prevention, testing, treatment and support services.
USAID HIV/AIDS Flagship (UHF) Project Period: Sep 2017 - Dec 2021 (Phases 1 & 2) Donor(s): USAID under the U.S President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) Prime Organization: UNAIDS Sub-Contractor: Community Partners International Geographic Coverage: Kachin State, Shan State, Sagaing Region, Yangon Region and Mandalay Region, Myanmar Project Coverage: Approx. 28,000 members of key populations The UHF project aims to support the Myanmar's efforts to achieve epidemic control using the “90-90-90” global targets as a framework for HIV program planning and prioritization. Community Partners International (CPI) is supporting five partners to develop innovative approaches to scale-up HIV testing and treatment services utilizing NGOs and private sector health providers in partnership with the Government of Myanmar. The project focuses on key populations including: people who inject drugs, sex workers, men who have sex with men and transgender persons. Visit the website page for full information.