Better days ahead for persons living with HIV

Five Community Based Organisations (CBOs) in the North West Region have been empowered to implement the Community-Led Monitoring (CLM) project that seeks to offer more services and facilities to Persons Living with HIV. They are part of 48 CBOs that shall be trained nationwide.

The two-day training that held from 18-19 September, at the COMINSUD head office in Bamenda as opened by Dr. Gladys Tayong the North West Regional Coordinator for HIV/AIDS

The Coordinator of COMINSUD receiving the HIV logo

The Reseau Camerounais des Associations de Person nes vivant avec le VIH/SIDA (RECAP+) is recipient of a U.S grant- from the U.S President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS relief(PEPFAR) through USAID to implement the CML activity. Through CML, RECAP+,will build on its nationwide network of associations of people living with HIV to strengthen the capacity of the CBOs to serve and advocate for those living with HIV.

Participants at the Workshop

This activity will last for three years. COMINSUD is the focal point for the North West Region

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