About HIV/AIDS Project

Project Title

Access to Quality Health and Life Program for People Living with HIV/AIDS, Youth, Vulnerable Population, Transgender and High Risky Behaviours in Baluchistan, Pakistan

Project summary

HIV/AIDS and people living with HIV/AIDS in Pakistan remains a heavily stigmatized issue, It’s not easy to talk about HIV/AIDS but people living with HIV/AIDS, vulnerable population, youth, transgender and high risky behaviors have an unmet need for access to care, treatment, testing, counseling, preventions, behaviors change information, quality of lives, sexual health and HIV prevention education, access to basic health services including testing, mental health, well-being, counseling, professional, vocational & technical training, health services, life skills education, friendly spaces, comprehensive sexuality education, human rights, free from stigma and discrimination, to live with dignity, honor and respect through improving access to quality health care services, protecting secrecy and privacy rights with increasing demand and supply through integrated mix approach, real time reach, first point of contact, respond, link, guidance, treatment, counseling, referral, support, access, actions, networking, facilitation, engagement, services, engagement local volunteers, youth, communities, qualified quality public and private health care providers, door step reach. Online access through digital technologies integrations, Digital Geographical Access Information Management Services (DGAIMS) Sehat Tak Rasia, means (Access to Health), 24/7 Toll Free Quality Health and Life Helpline, real time reach, social media and mobile technologies.

Project Goal

To improve access to quality health care with increased demand and supply through integrated mix approach real time reach, respond, links, guidance, treatment, counseling and referral.

Project Objectives

A. To strengthen and improve the access and quality health of people living with HIV/AIDS, youth, vulnerable population, trans gender and high risky behaviors access to public and private qualified quality health care services providers with real time reach, first point of contact, respond, link, guidance, treatment, testing, counseling and referral services in order to increase care, treatments, preventions and follow up in in district Quetta.
B. To increase the access, demand and supply of quality health care through engagement of public and private health care providers, communities, stakeholders and youth of district Quetta that increased the quality health, care, treatment, testing & prevention of the people living with HIV/AIDS, youth, vulnerable population, trans gender and high risky behaviors

Project Geographical Coverage

District Quetta in particularly and Baluchistan province generally


Project Funded By: Gilead Sciences Inc: Under Gilead Asia Pacific Rainbow Grant 2019