ACHAPAfrican Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Partnerships (Gaborone, Botswana)
ACHAPAsociacion Chilena de Agencias de Publicidad
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The duo of Ms Neo Masisi and Ms Jeannette Kagame visited ACHAP offices in Gaborone today.
ACHAP chief executive officer, Dr Khumo Seipone, said at the handing over that the mobile clinic would support Kweneng East since it was a challenging terrain, which was vast and sparsely populated.
ACHAP called Vince Rozmiarek volunteered to work at the Indian Hills Community Centre in Colorado five years ago.
The Bank is working closely with other key development partners, including PEPFAR (CDC/USATD), ACHAP, European Commission, and the UN family, in supporting NACA's goal of establishing a stronger and more coordinated response to HIV/AIDS in Botswana.
"In Botswana, as in many societies, you now see the private sector taking the lead," Brad Ryder of the Botswana-based African Comprehensive HIV/Aids Partnership (ACHAP) says.
He said they invited different health awareness organisations such as ACHAP, BOCAIP, Humana and Tebelopele to help in educating, providing counselling and testing the officers for different diseases.
Notable among these are the US government (CDC, PEPFAR, and BOTUSA), ACHAP (partnership between the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, Merck and the Government of Botswana) as well as the key UN agencies.
Mr Bailanye also commended stakeholders such as African Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Partnerships (ACHAP) for their support.
2 Key health sector partners include the USG/PEPFAR, ACHAP, the Global Fund, and the European Commission, as indicated in the Table below
In her vast profile, Ms Kasale-Kabango has worked as a strategist in various spectrums including market research, needs assessments and media development and evaluation with organisations including International Media Women's Foundation (IMWF), Africa Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Partnership (ACHAP), and Commonwealth Secretariat, Commonwealth Press Union, Gender Links, Panos, OSI, OSISA and AMARC.