West Africa AIDS Foundation (WAAF) is a non-governmental not-for-profit organization, registered in Ghana in 1999 with the Registrations General and the Social Welfare Department.

Two decades of Promoting positive change in the lives of many individuals has led WAAF to implement many projects across Ghana. In-School prevention programs (Passion Squad) that targeted the in-school youth, Out of School programs that targeted out of school youth, community-level education and screenings, early treatment and retention in care, home-based care, training, stigma reduction, empowerment of persons infected and affected with the disease, human rights issues, all these projects showcase the diversity of initiatives WAAF/IHCC have and continue to plan and implement meant to contribute towards Ghana’s HIV and overall Public Health efforts.

WAAFs Past Projects section has a list of selected projects, detailing the Title, Funder, Timeframe, a brief description, and their achievements. Read through the following summaries to get a better idea of the type of work we have done, the wonderful partners we have worked with from across the globe, and how together we have made a difference for those in need.

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