Stepping Up Universal Access: A Multi-Sectoral Partnership Response to HIV at the Community Level (Global Fund)
EGPAF’s activities under this project aim to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes for women across all 10 districts of Lesotho. Funded through Global Fund Round Eight, EGPAF is serving as the technical agency to the MOH. EGPAF is targeting to train 200 healthcare workers and over 500 village health workers on sexual and reproductive health, including cervical cancer screening and prevention. Cervical cancer is the leading cause of mortality for women in Lesotho. The clinical and community components of this project will complement each other towards strengthening uptake of and access to quality sexual and reproductive health services.