Strengthening Agricultural Technologies among People Living with HIV: Lessons Learned in the Border Towns of Busia, Kenya and Busia, Uganda

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FANTA worked with the Regional Outreach Addressing AIDS through Development Strategies (ROADS) Project and Uganda’s Regional Centre for Quality of Health Care to help identify, disseminate, and determine how to use appropriate agricultural technologies in border towns in Kenya and Uganda to improve the agricultural productivity of people living with HIV (PLHIV). This report discusses the results of this effort and recommends using linkages between support groups for PLHIV and local agricultural institutions to help PLHIV overcome challenges to applying the technologies. 

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