As a frightened and frustrated world gathers for the 23rd International AIDS Conference next week, the GAIA Board has formally endorsed the International AIDS Society’s statement on Ending Racism. See the full IAS statement.
GAIA Malawi is working with government partners to prevent the spread of COVID and to ensure continuity of care.
Targeted Community Programs
through GAIA's Health Worker Training Program
Building Healthcare Capacity
through GAIA's Nursing Scholars Program
Mobile Health Clinics
delivering life-saving medicine and care
We believe that everyone deserves access to quality healthcare, no matter their geography or circumstances. In partnership with government and local communities, we strengthen the healthcare grid in underserved regions of African through community-based health services and a health worker training program.
GAIA’s mobile clinics are a nimble and cost-effective approach to filling gaps in coverage, and our Health Worker Training Program addresses the dire shortage of nurses in Malawi, an acute challenge for an already fragile system.
MHCs provide access to healthcare for the 1.1M individuals in our current districts and GAIA’s Training Program has alumni who serve 27 of 28 districts.
GAIA joins UNAIDS’ call for an end to AIDS by 2030
90% of all living with HIV will know their HIV status 90% of those who know their HIV status will receive antiretroviral therapy 90% of all receiving antiretroviral therapy will achieve viral suppression
In December 2013, UNAIDS called for country- and region-led efforts to establish new targets for HIV treatment scale-up. In response, GAIA adapted its programming to help meet these targets in Malawi.
With the support of the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, GAIA works to achieve 90-90-90 goals in rural Malawi with bold and innovative programs including Mobile Health Clinics and community-based testing and counseling services. Today we are on track to meet 90-90-90 goals in the areas we work.