National Aids Control Program (NACP)
A branch of Liberia’s Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, 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.
Our Vision, Mission, and Principles
An AIDS-free Liberia, with zero new infection, zero AIDS-related death and zero AIDS-related stigma and discrimination.
To attain public health control of the AIDS epidemic by 2030
- Evidence based interventions
- Human rights-based community centered approach, leaving no one behind
- Mutual accountability between the duty bearers and the rights holders
- Multisectoral engagement of key stakeholders
- Efficiency and innovation
Goal 1. Reduce new HIV infection to less than 190 per year
- Target 1. Scale up integrated HIV and TB treatment to reach 95% triple targets for persons living with HIV
- Target 2. Eliminate mother to child transmission of HIV to less than 2%
- Target 3. Scale up HIV combination prevention to reach 90% of the general population
- Target 4. Scale up HIV interventions to reach 90% of estimated key populations
Goal 2. Reduce stigma and discrimination for PLHIV and vulnerable populations to less than 20%
- Target 5. Zero new HIV related discriminatory laws, regulations, and policies are passed
- Target 6. Repeal existing HIV related discriminatory laws, regulations and policies
- Target 7. 90% of persons living with HIV have access to justice and can challenge rights violations
- Target 8. Zero denial of health services based on perceived or positive HIV status
- Target 9. Reduction of incidences of violence: sexual and GBV
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