Our commitment to eradicate HIV/AIDS in Uganda.

At TASO, we take a holistic approach to combat HIV/AIDS, recognizing the co-occurrence of Tuberculosis (TB) among PLHIV. Our dedicated TB program plays a vital role, showcasing our commitment to a comprehensive strategy against HIV/AIDS.

At TASO, our commitment to fighting HIV/AIDS goes beyond direct interventions. We recognize the holistic impact on health and well-being, addressing the complexities associated with HIV/AIDS progression. Our program takes a comprehensive approach, ensuring resilience against a range of health challenges for those affected by HIV/AIDS.

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Fostering Community wellbeing

At TASO, our commitment extends beyond addressing the needs of those affected by HIV/AIDS. Our comprehensive program acknowledges malaria as a significant public health concern, especially for vulnerable populations such as children under the age of 5 and pregnant women. By targeting both individuals living with HIV and vulnerable groups, we aim to create a healthier and more resilient community in our fight against HIV/AIDS.

Continuing to test community members for malaria and training new providers


 Nurse Gertrude Doku teaches her team how to conduct a malaria rapid diagnostic test (mRDT) at the Tinkong Community-Based Health Planning and Services (CHPS) Compound in Ghana.Photo Credit: Emmanuel Attramah, PMI Impact Malaria. Original public domain image from Flickr

Recognizing the broader impact of malaria on communities, our services extend to diverse individuals, contributing to overall public health improvement.

Services Offered

HIV testing

Committed to comprehensive health services, offers crucial HIV testing as a central component of its mission

Prevention of Mother to Child transmission of HIV

To prevent transmitting HIV to your baby, start by understanding your risk and learning how to minimize it.

Care Treatment & Support

Care, treatment, and support are integral components of TASO’s commitment to comprehensive healthcare for individuals affected by HIV/AIDS

Care Treatment & Support

TASO`s Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Sevices are aimed at public health intervention to reduce the risk of HIV transmission and providing additional health benefits.

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