Photo of the Day: Lining Up for Testing in Tanzania

By Jane Coaston | August 1, 2013

Citizens of the Kahama District wait in line to receive HIV/AIDS testing services from AGPAHI staff.

Citizens of the Kahama District wait in line to receive HIV/AIDS testing services from AGPAHI staff. (Photo: AGPAHI)

This June, the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation’s (EGPAF) affiliate organization, the Ariel Glaser Pediatric AIDS HealthCare Initiative (AGPAHI) completed a comprehensive HIV testing campaign in the Kahama District of Tanzania. From June 15—24, more than 2,200 people in seven wards were tested for HIV, including 158 pregnant women and 64 children. Of the 198 people who tested positive, more than 85 percent have been successfully enrolled in HIV/AIDS care and treatment programs.


Check out the photos to learn more about the testing campaign and visit our Tanzania country profile page to learn more about our work there!