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Papers/Reports | January 1, 2014

AIDSRelief Final Report

Providing Treatment, Restoring Hope

When the first PEPFAR programs launched in 2004, many people did not believe it was possible to deliver high-quality, sustainable HIV treatment in low-resource settings. Over the next nine years, AIDSRelief and other PEPFAR partners exceeded all expectations, delivering HIV care and treatment to more than 700,000 people in 10 countries, including nearly 400,000 who enrolled on antiretroviral therapy. This final report on AIDSRelief outlines key outcomes and lessons learned, and describes approaches and methods that contributed to the initiative's success.

Reports are also available for each of the individual AIDSRelief country programs:


AIDSRelief Ethiopia Final Report

AIDSRelief Guyana Final Report

AIDSRelief Haiti Final Report

AIDSRelief Kenya Final Report

AIDSRelief Nigeria Final Report

AIDSRelief Rwanda Final Report

AIDSRelief South Africa Final Report

AIDSRelief Tanzania Final Report

AIDSRelief Uganda Final Report

AIDSRelief Zambia Final Report




  • Executive Summary

  • Our Call to Action

  • Exceptional Treatment 

  • Strategic Information 

  • The Health Systems Foundation

  • Grounded in Transition 

  • Conclusion

  • Annex: AIDSRelief in Ten Countries