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Kinshasa 90-90-90 Targets (2018) PLHIV: 142,577

74%

56%

54%

Source: Provided by the City of Kinshasa

Kinshasa HIV Care Continuum (2018) PLHIV: 142,577

74%

42%

10%

Source: Provided by the City of Kinshasa

Gentiny NGOBILA MBAKA
Governor of Kinshasa
FTCI Taskforce Members

Dr. Faustin Kitetele

Kalembelembe Pediatric Hospital, DR Congo

Head of Infectious Disease Department Kalembelembe Pediatric Hospital

fkitetele@hotmail.com

243 819 936 833

Kapinga Lunga Madelieine

Ave. Justice 14 Kinshasa- Gombe

Vice-President, La Main Sur le Cceur

madeleine1234@hotmail.com

(243) 89 89 21 431

Hilarie Mbowlie Nsabala

Executive Director, PSSP (progress sante sans prix) (progress for free health)

psspongd@yahoo.fr

(243) 81 73 00 725

Rachel Ndaya

Batiments PNMLS Croisement Boulevard Trimphal et de la liberation C/Kasa-Vubu

National Coordinator, RACOJ/SIDA

racojnational@gmail.com

(243) 99 78 04 510

Ange Mavula

Croisement Av. Victoria et des Martyrs (ex 24 Nov) Kinshasa DRC

Monitoring and Evaluation, UCOP +

ange.mavula@ucopplus.org

(243) 811414007

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Community Leadership Messages

“I was tested positive in 1999, my husband had infected me, yet people accused me of being a prostitute. After he died I ended up taking care of the children by myself. A little later I got AIDS.

At the time ARVs were very expensive. My family members emptied their wallets for me and paid thousands of dollars to keep me alive, until they had nothing left. I stopped taking pills for 3 months. I looked into the eyes of death. I feared for my children. Who was going to take care of them? Things got worse.

When a pharmacist introduced me to a clinic that distributed free drugs at one of their centers, somehow hope returned. This was in 2000. They helped me and put me on drugs. These women took care of me, told me not to lose faith, and to stand up for myself. It was then that I decided to become like them. I was going to help others. And I was not going to be silenced, like so many HIV+ women.”

Clarisse Mawak
Community Health Worker

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