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The National AIDS & STI Control Program in collaboration with Abbott conducted a one-day TOT training on the usage of the new 4th generation HIV test kits, which was held on April 5, 2023, at Corina Hotel, Montserrado County.

The primary goal of the training is meant for key implementers from the 15 Counties to have the competency and requisite usage, result interpretation and to roll out the implementation and usage of the 4th generation HIV test kits in the various counties.

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The National AIDS & STI Control Program and National AIDS Commission along with partners of Liberia were invited to the regional training workshop on the PrEP-it tool, the training brought together 12 countries in West and Central Africa – January 16-20, 2023.

The training was very successful with all the training material presented and Countries made presentations and demonstrations about developing a PrEP- it tools per country were presented.

Liberia Delegation

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Today January 5, 2023 NACP received good quality of STIs drugs from their partner Global Reach 2. These drugs will help to treat our people that are suffering from STIs in our Country. A big thanks to Global Reach 2. These drugs was received by the Program Manager Dr. Jonathan Flomo

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Oral PrEP third Technical Working Group meeting in Ganta, brought together CSO, Nimba County Health Team, FHI 360, Health Care Workers, Youth Alive, Equip Liberia, Plan Liberia, USAID, NAC, and NACP staff.

The meeting was very successful, at the end of the meeting four (4) new facilities PrEP Orientation was conducted.

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A team from the Monitoring and Evaluation Unit of NACP attended a five (5) days training on HIV Estimates Projections and targets and identifying inequalities. The meeting is being held in South Africa – Johannesburg

December 5 – 9, 2022

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Achievement of HIV Testing in Liberia at the 6th Annual CQUIN meeting was presented by William K. Zaza of the Prevention Unit, held in Durban, South Africa

This meeting brought representatives from PEPFAR, Global Fund, USAID, and UNAIDS, ICAP.

December 6 – 9, 2022

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6th Annual CQUIN meeting on the Implementation of Differentiated Service Delivery (DSD) in 22 members countries in Africa

This meeting brought representatives from PEPFAR, Global Fund, USAID, and UNAIDS, ICAP is the host.

The 6th Annual CQUIN Meeting is held in Durban South Africa

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World AIDS Program Celebration

Every year as a country, we join the rest of the world to commemorate World AIDS Day. The day set aside by the Joint United Nations Program on AIDS (UNAIDS) in 1988 to provide an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show support for people living with HIV, and to remember those who have died of AIDS-related complications.

Since then, World AIDS Day has been commemorated on December 1 every year.

This year’s World AIDS Day will be commemorated under the global Theme, “Equalize, and the national Theme: “End Inequalities; End HIV in Liberia.”

HIV situation analysis:

Liberia has a generalized HIV epidemic with reproductive-aged population showing HIV prevalence of 2.1%, according to the 2013 LDHS, even though UNAIDS 2021 Spectrum Estimates show 1.1%, with an estimated HIV population of 34, 000. HIV prevalence is higher in the urban areas (2.6%) than in rural areas (0.8%).

The South-Central Region has the highest prevalence of 2.8% among the five regions. Montserrado, Margibi, and Grand Bassa counties have the highest HIV prevalence among the 15 counties and together account for about 70% of the burden of disease in the country. For more information about NACP visit our pages: (

HIV Partnership Coordination meeting

The National AIDS & STI Control Program (NACP) hosted the quarterly partner’s meeting on HIV services delivery strategies for the General population and key populations including HIV care and treatment, Testing, DSD, MMD, and Retention

The meeting was held at GLOBAL REACH 2 Conference room, 20th Street, Sinkor – Thursday, September 29, 2022

The key issue discussed doing the meeting are as followed:

Revision of Mother to Child Transmission National Plan working session

Two days working session on Bottle Neck Analysis (BNA) of the Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) National draft plan report. During the meeting, the consultants along with other speakers spoke and made input on the following: a. The Bottle Neck Analysis

b. key findings

c. The draft eMTCT plan was discussed among others.

The two days meeting was held at Royal Grand Hotel (Wednesday and Thursday – September 21 & 22, 2022).(

Dr. Jonathan Flomo Program Manager of NACP made a presentation at the “National Training with Media institution and Stakeholders” Dr. Flomo provided a clear picture of where we are as a Country, he added that Media institutions need to use their media houses to spread the news about HIV and its Preventions (

Second Quarter Coordination meeting held at Corina Hotel, which brought together partners implementing HIV programs in the Liberia national responds to discussed and share experience for the Quarter

Precious of PLAN Liberia Making Presentation
CHEMONICS Making Presentation
Lauretta from JHPIEGO making presentation at the Coordination meeting

Prevention Unit Story –

The National AIDS & STI Control Program in collaboration with EpiC conducted Oral PrEp Master Training of Trainers. Participants was drawn from key population organizations, Clinicians, Partners and Staff from the National Program. Funding were made possible by  EpiC.

Participants and Facilitator in Picture after the Training

The Viral Load Officer D. Amos Mulbah in a Dual HIV/Syphilis onsite training session for Clinicians, at Louisiana, Dagmowc and Goodwill Clinics all in Montserrado County

NACP in collaboration with Action AID and LIPRIDE launched the IBBSS report. During the launched, the following partners made remarks including:

WHO, USAID, MOJ, INCHR, UNICEF, Key Population civil society organization amongst others. The program was held at Mamba Point Hotel on September 10, 2021. The official launch was done by Commissioner Wright of the National AIDS Commission.

Stigma & Discriminations reduction message