Getting to 90-90-90 in Uganda

The Strengthening Uganda’s Systems for Treating AIDS Nationally (SUSTAIN) project is pleased to announce the launch of their updated website. The site, which has since been taken offline and archived as the project ended in 2018, provided visitors with quick access to the HIV-related information they need most:

  • SUSTAIN’s latest 90-90-90 Strategy results
  • Performance data for SUSTAIN-supported hospitals
  • New technical briefs
  • News updates and success stories

Users can browse information about the SUSTAIN project’s work in key technical areas, including laboratory strengthening, HIV and tuberculosis, and pediatric HIV care and treatment. An interactive dashboard of SUSTAIN’s positive results related to the UNAIDS 90-90-90 Strategy offers users quick data charts for easy reference.


The Strengthening Uganda’s Systems for Treating AIDS Nationally (SUSTAIN) project is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and supports the Uganda Ministry of Health (MOH) to strengthen sustainable and innovative approaches for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) service delivery at selected public healthcare facilities. 

The USAID/SUSTAIN project aims to support the government of Uganda efforts to build and maintain an effective, sustainable health system to improve health outcomes, particularly for those vulnerable to and infected with HIV.

Screenshot of Tableau-generated chart showing SUSTAIN's progress towards achieving goal: 90% of all people receiving antiretroviral therapy will have viral suppression
The redesigned SUSTAIN website includes interactive dashboards to make data more accessible
September 14, 2016
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