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National AIDS - STI Control Program

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.

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Our Vision, Mission, and Principles
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Our Vision

An AIDS-free Liberia, with zero new infection, zero AIDS-related death and zero AIDS-related stigma and discrimination.

Our Mission

To attain public health control of the AIDS epidemic by 2030

Our Principles

  • 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

Our Goals

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

Goal 3. Strengthen Leadership, coordination, and accountability for the national AIDS response

Goal 4. Strengthen multisectoral monitoring, reporting and evaluation of the national AIDS response

Goal 5. Mobilise adequate resources to attain the goals of the NSP

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