While Guinea has a relatively low prevalence of HIV, at around 1.7 per cent, the country has one of the worst treatment coverage rates in the world, with only one in four people living with HIV receiving antiretrovirals (ARVs).
People living with HIV in Guinea have difficulty accessing antiretrovirals (ARVs) for treatment, as supplies are frequently disrupted.
In collaboration with the Ministry of Health, we run a 31-bed centre in Donka hospital to treat people suffering from advanced HIV.
We provide medical care for thousands of people living with HIV, including drugs for opportunistic infections, laboratory tests and psychosocial support.
PEOPLE TREATED FOR MALARIA
PEOPLE ON FIRST-LINE ARV TREATMENT
PEOPLE ON SECOND-LINE ARV TREATMENT