Guyana HIV/AIDS Reduction and Prevention Program (GHARP II)
Project Date: 2009-2012
The Guyana HIV/AIDS Reduction and Prevention Program Phase II (GHARP II) is designed to reduce the incidence and prevalence of HIV & AIDS and mitigate its impact on the lives of the Guyanese people. Our focus will include increasing prevention services for most-at-risk-populations; increasing access to care, support, and treatment for people living with AIDS and their families; strengthening the civil sector; and increasing the effectiveness of other US-government-supported programs..
GHARP II will work with the Government of Guyana, the civil society, and the private sector using three approaches: to strengthen health systems, develop preventive interventions and improve the quality of HIV/AIDS services. Each approach will be linked by three themes and inform all activities: gender awareness, integration with the National HIV/AIDS strategy, and integration with other initiatives funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
GHARP II is funded by USAID. Partners include Howard Delafield International and the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
- USAID/GHARP II Newsletter: Vol 2 April, 2012 (PDF)
- USAID/GHARP II Annual Report Summary 2010-2011 (PDF)
- GHARP II Newsletter 2011 (PDF)