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NACOPHA Hosts UN Family Vistors to Showcase Community Led Monitoring Impact

Today NACOPHA (National Council of People Living with HIV and AIDS) had the distinct honor of hosting a visit from a delegation of esteemed representatives from key international organizations. The purpose of the visit was to understand the impact of NACOPHA’s Community-Led Monitoring (CLM) work on the communities we serve.

Distinguished Guests

The delegation included:

  • Anne Githuku-Shongwe, Director for UNAIDS Eastern and Southern Africa (@unaids_esa)
  • Representatives from:
    • World Health Organization Tanzania (@who_tanzania)
    • UNICEF Tanzania (@uniceftz)
    • UNFPA Tanzania (@unfpatanzania)
    • And other prominent institutions.

Event Highlights

The visit provided an invaluable opportunity for NACOPHA to showcase the tangible results of our CLM initiatives. Through detailed presentations, interactive discussions, and community testimonials, our guests witnessed firsthand how CLM has empowered communities, improved health outcomes, and strengthened the response to HIV/AIDS.

Key Points of Discussion:

  • Community Empowerment: Our CLM work prioritizes community involvement in monitoring and evaluating health services, ensuring that the voices of those affected are heard and acted upon.
  • Improved Health Outcomes: By identifying gaps in service delivery and advocating for necessary changes, CLM has led to significant improvements in healthcare access and quality for people living with HIV/AIDS.
  • Collaboration and Support: The visit underscored the importance of collaboration between NACOPHA and international organizations in achieving shared goals. Our guests expressed their commitment to supporting and enhancing these efforts.


Members of the community shared powerful stories about how CLM has impacted their lives, highlighting the positive changes and increased accountability in health services. These testimonials were a testament to the success of our initiatives and the resilience of the communities we serve.

Moving Forward

NACOPHA remains dedicated to advancing the CLM framework and continuing to work closely with our partners to ensure sustainable and impactful health interventions. The insights and feedback from our distinguished visitors will be instrumental in guiding future efforts.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Anne Githuku-Shongwe and all the representatives from @unaids_esa, @who_tanzania, @uniceftz, @unfpatanzania, and other institutions for their visit and unwavering support.

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