(L) Sitting into the dialogue for the KPS with the Regional Manager translating for the peer; (R) Group photograph with USAID, CDC, Local government, Rubaare HCIV & AIC staff outside the DIC at the end of the visit.
Mayor of Rubaare giving his remarks and (R) signpost delivered to DIC by the EGPAF/ RHITES SW team on morning of visit minus AIC logo
Regional manager SW welcoming visitors and clinician in-charge Shelinah Amutuheire giving the overview of activities carried out at the Centre.
Visit to Rubaare health Centre ahead of visit to the drop in Centre. The facility in-charge Dr. Okello led this activity
Buganda Kingdom Minister of Health Addressing a gathering of Bodaboda cyclists at Lubiri Kabaka’s Palace
AIC PO giving a health talk to Bodaboda cyclist at Lubiri Kabaka’s Palace in partnership with the Buganda Kingdom health Ministry

AIC at glance

Founded and started operating in 1990 as a referral Centre for HIV counseling and testing, AIDS Information Centre-Uganda (AIC) is a national non-governmental Organization (NGO) that provides Comprehensive HIV Prevention, Care, Treatment and Support services including capacity development to health workers in the health facilities and communities. AIC is a fully registered NGO with the Uganda National NGO Board in 1992 under Cap. 113, Registration No. is 133 (S.4914/291). AIC was the first of its kind in Sub-Saharan Africa outside the health infrastructure to provide integrated HIV Testing Services (HTS).

AIC covers the entire country through her nine (9) stand-alone regional centers including: Kampala Regional Centre for central region; Arua Regional Centre for West Nile region; Lira Regional Centre for Northern Region; Soroti Regional Centre for North East Region; Mbale Regional Centre for Eastern Region; Jinja Regional Centre for East Central Region; Mbarara Regional for Western Region, Kabale Regional for South Western Region and Moroto Regional Centre for Karamoja Region.