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Constitution of The Ghana HIV & AIDS Network (GHANET)

We members of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Research Institutions and other Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) as well as individuals, working to prevent and manage Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV) as well as the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) ...

2019 National and Sub-National Estimates and Projections Dissemination

HIV Estimates data is critical for planning and understanding the magnitude of the HIV and AIDS epidemic.
UNAIDS and partners over the years have supported countries to estimate the impact of HIV at the national and sub-national levels ...

Capacity Building Workshop For Queen Mothers And Female Traditional Leaders

The Ghana AIDS Commission (GAC) in collaboration with UNDP organised a one-day capacity building workshop for queen mothers in the Greater Accra Region. The workshop took place on Wednesday 30th October, 2019 at the La Palm Royal Beach Hotel, Accra. In all, 48 queen mothers from various traditional areas within the Greater Accra Region ...

Executive Summary on HIV & Aids UNAIDS

Two decades ago, the global AIDS pandemic seemed unstoppable. More than 2.5 million people were acquiring HIV each year, and AIDS was claiming two million lives a year. In parts of southern Africa, AIDS was reversing decades of gains in life expectancy. Effective treatments had been developed but were available only at prohibitively expensive prices, limiting their use to a privileged few people ...

Ghana Men’s Study II

HIV impacts key populations such as men who have sex with men (MSM) disproportionately. This study, called the Ghana Men's Study II (GMSII), was a mapping and population size estimation (MPSE) study and integrated bio-behavioral surveillance survey (IBBSS) conducted amongst MSM in Ghana. The term MSM refers to a form of sexual behaviour. It is not ...

Ghana’s HIV Fact Sheet 2019

National Estimates
Estimated Number of People Living with HIV (PLHIV)
The number of PLHIV – 342,307
Males – 122,321 (36%)
Females – 219,986 (64%)
Adults (15+ years) – 316,352 (92%)
Children (0–14 years) – 25,955(8%) ...

Pathways to Success in The HIV Response

Many countries are demonstrating that the HIV pandemic can be overcome Numbers of new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths have continued to decrease globally, bringing the AIDS response closer to achieving SDG 3.3 of ending AIDS as a public health threat by 2030....

Report On Ghana Aids Commission Regional Training of Advocacy and Dissemination Team

During the National Dissemination meeting of the National HIV Anti-Stigma and Discrimination Strategy (2016-2020) held in September 2018, one of the main recommendations by stakeholders was that the Technical Support Units (TSU) should be capacitated to ...

Report On the GAC UNDP Central Regional Media Health Reporters Training Ghana Aids

Media organizations have enormous influence in educating, empowering individuals and encouraging behavior change. The Ghana AIDS Commission (GAC) as the overall body responsible for coordinating and managing the National HIV and AIDS response has over the years formed a strategic alliance with the media by offering capacity building ...

The Path That Ends AIDS

Two decades ago, the global AIDS pandemic seemed unstoppable. More than 2.5 million people were acquiring HIV each year, and AIDS was claiming two million lives a year. In parts of southern Africa, AIDS was reversing decades of gains in life expectancy. Effective treatments had been developed but were available only at prohibitively expensive prices, limiting their use to a privileged few people ...

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Years of Operation

GHANET was established in 1996 and we have actively supported the National HIV & AIDS Response for more than 27 years.

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Membership

We have more than 260+ members across Ghana in every metropolis, municipality, and district.

Regional Offices

We have offices in all 16 regions across Ghana.

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Projects Executed

We have successfully executed more than 25 projects in the last 20 years.

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Partnerships

GHANET was established in 1996 We work in collaboration with more than 20 local and international key partners.

Our Partners

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