Our commitment to combating the Malaria epidemic is unwavering.
In the fight against HIV/AIDS, TASO acknowledges the intertwined nature of health challenges. Our Malaria program is a testament to our commitment to addressing the multifaceted needs of communities around Uganda. Malaria poses a particular threat to individuals with compromised immune systems, such as those living with HIV.
TASO’s program not only combats malaria directly but also recognizes the indirect impact it can have on the progression of HIV/AIDS. By addressing malaria, we contribute to the overall health and well-being of those affected by HIV/AIDS, fostering resilience against a spectrum of health threats
Fostering Community wellbeing
TASO’s Malaria Program goes beyond addressing the needs of those affected by HIV/AIDS because malaria is a significant public health concern particularly for vulnerable populations such as children under the age of 5 and pregnant women.
Our Malaria Program is designed to reach beyond the confines of HIV/AIDS, serving as a comprehensive initiative to combat malaria. By targeting not only individuals living with HIV but also vulnerable groups like children and pregnant women, we strive to create a healthier and more resilient community.
TASO extends its expertise in healthcare beyond HIV/AIDS to include essential services such as malaria testing
TASO engages community leaders and stakeholders to mobilize support for malaria prevention and control efforts
Care Treatment & Support
Care, treatment, and support are integral components of TASO’s commitment to comprehensive healthcare for individuals affected by HIV/AIDS