Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV

Published May 8th, 2015

From 2008 to 2011, CHAI helped reduce mother-to-child-transmission of HIV by 40 percent in high-burden areas of six countries through a focus on increasing the demand for services at the community level and improving service delivery. CHAI worked with communities to increase uptake and retention in services and to reduce stockouts of essential supplies, improve mechanisms for the diagnosis of HIV, increase initiation of preventative medicines, and increase the number of children tested for HIV.