The National AIDS Control Program
The National AIDS Control Program was established in 1987, a year after the first case of HIV was diagnosed in Lofa County, at Curan Lutheran Hospital with the purpose of working to gain public health control of the AIDS epidemic in the country by 2030.
As a branch of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, th NACP works across Liberia’s 15 individual counties and is supported by a staff of more than 60 public administrative staff.
We provide a list of clinics and hospitals that provide HIV testing. Search by county to find the one that is right for you.
Access tools for monitoring, evaluation and research of HIV.
Learn more about our programs and resources for individuals and medical professionals.
During the Global Pandemic around COVID-19 we would like to remind everyone to adhere to local safety guidelines, wash your hands often, wear a face mask, and maintain social distancing. For more information please see the Ministry of Health’s Website.
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