AGPAHI works to eliminate pediatric AIDS and provide care and treatment for people living with HIV in Tanzania. AGPAHI implements innovative strategies to respond to the national HIV epidemic and to ensure access to sustainable health services for children, women, and families.
In collaboration with the government of Tanzania and partners including the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF), AGPAHI supports the provision of high-quality HIV services and ensures that efforts to reach the goal of the elimination of pediatric AIDS are well-integrated into existing regional and district health systems.
AGPAHI is an independent organization developed with support from EGPAF. As partners, AGPAHI and EGPAF work collaboratively with the government of Tanzania to reach people with essential HIV prevention, care, and treatment services. AGPAHI receives technical support and guidance from EGPAF, but it is an independent organization governed and led by citizens of Tanzania.
EGPAF supported the development of AGPAHI and additional independent affiliated organizations in Côte d’Ivoire and Mozambique with an aim to increase access to high-quality HIV services and to build local momentum and sustainable progress toward the elimination of pediatric AIDS.
Ariel Glaser Pediatric AIDS Healthcare Initiative (AGPAHI)
P. O. Box 38252
373 Mtitu Street
Upanga, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania