Project Djasso





Côte d’Ivoire



The CDC-funded Project Djasso allows EGPAF-Côte d’Ivoire to support facilities and strengthen systems, including training health care workers in the provision of high-quality HIV prevention, care, and treatment services. We provide direct service delivery support in the areas of PMTCT, provider-initiated HIV testing and counseling, and HIV care and treatment, as well as diagnosis and treatment of TB. This project is also involved in the roll-out of Treatment for All and differentiated service delivery in Côte d’Ivoire. Under Djasso, EGPAF ensures local ownership of HIV service delivery improvements. We work with local community-based organizations, enabling them to expand comprehensive HIV programs. We also work hand-in-hand with EGPAF’s own local affiliate organization, Fondation Ariel Glaser, to improve access to quality HIV and AIDS programs in other regions of the country.