Implementing and using viral load testing : practical tools

The OPP-ERA Project’s key moments since 2013

After 6 years, the OPP-ERA project closes in Côte d’Ivoire, Burundi and Guinea

After 6 years, the OPP-ERA project closes in Côte d’Ivoire, Burundi and Guinea

6 years after its launch in Burundi, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea, the OPP-ERA project has significantly improved access to viral load testing through open and polyvalent bio-molecular platforms: 11 laboratories have been rehabilitated, equipped and are functional for viral load testing. More than 180,000 viral load tests have been achieved and more than 300 health professionals have been trained
They have chosen molecular biology to fight HIV in their countries

They have chosen molecular biology to fight HIV in their countries

Coming from 4 different countries and contexts, they share a common vision: to be at the service of patients. Viral load is an essential element in ensuring the effectiveness of treatment for people living with HIV, reducing contamination and mortality: "It is important to remember that behind each result, there is a patient in need. There is no room for error"