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On this page you can find out that Zimbabwe has adopted the 2013 WHO Guidelines on viral load testing and that the test is not widely available. You can also find the address for your Minister of Health and your National AIDS Council so you can write and demand action.

Number of people living with HIV in Zimbabwe


Source: 2015 Country Reports to UNAIDS

Percentage of people living with HIV on anti-retroviral therapy in Zimbabwe


Source: 2015 Country Reports to UNAIDS

Existence of government policy on viral load testing

Yes, the 2013 WHO guidelines have been adopted

Source: 2015 MSF analysis of UNAIDS & IAPAC databases

Availability of routine viral load testing in Zimbabwe

Limited availability

Source: 2015 MSF analysis of UNAIDS & IAPAC databases

Campaign partner in Zimbabwe

Students and Youth Working on reproductive Health Action Team (SAYWHAT)

Logo of Say What?

197 Sam Nujoma Street, Avondale, Harare, Zimbabwe
Phone: +263 4 334 180/ +263 772 247 / +263 772 248 / +263 772 249
Facebook Page: Saywhat Organisation

Write to your Minister of Health

Dr. David Parerenyatwa
Minister of Health
Kaguvi Building
Fourth Street
PO Box CY 1122
Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe

Dr. Tapiwa Magure
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
National AIDS Council
Head Office
100 Central Avenue
Harare, Zimbabwe

Demand routine viral load testing: Write to the Minister of Health or the CEO of the National AIDS Council requesting that routine viral load testing is made available. See sample letter (Word). See other actions here.

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