The National Association for People living with HIV and AIDS in Malawi (NAPHAM) was founded 1993 with the goal of providing quality care and support services for people living with and affected by HIV and AIDS in Malawi. The purpose of NAPHAM is to prevent further spread of HIV and sustainably reduce the biological, psychological and socioeconomic impacts of HIV and AIDS among people living with the virus and those affected. The core programmatic areas are as follows: Prevention, Care and Support, Advocacy, Livelihood, Capacity Building and Membership Anchor.

NAPHAM with funding from NAC is implementing a project titled ‘Improved well-being for PLHIV and reduction of new HIV infections’. In this first quarter, (January, February and March) the report will highlight the activities, achievements and challenges in the implementation of the planned activities according to the programme areas.