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Libreville 90-90-90 Targets (2014) PLHIV: 22,224

70%

87%

N/A

Source: Analyse du circuit de prise en charge par les ARV des personnes vivant avec le VIH à Libreville, Gabon

Libreville HIV Care Continuum (2014) PLHIV: 22,224

70%

N/A

61%

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Source: Analyse du circuit de prise en charge par les ARV des personnes vivant avec le VIH à Libreville, Gabon

Mayor's Message

"Because local development depends on the good health of the citizens, Libreville City Council is committed to the Paris Declaration of 2014 and accelerating the achievement the 90-90-90 UNAIDS targets by 2020. In partnership with UNAIDS and the General Directorate for AIDS Prevention, the Libreville City conducted a study whose results allowed us to give people living with HIV in Libreville, close monitoring by health workers (CSA) trained and paid by our Institution. And this, thanks to the budget allocated by the City Council, allowed the mayor to implement the national operational plan of the health sector. Given the current data, we can celebrate the achievements and continue our efforts. Our commitment is to move towards a more inclusive and sustainable city that works to improve the quality of life of all its citizens. That is why I invite all the other mayors to follow the steps of Libreville City Council to help eradicate new infections and end the AIDS epidemic by 2030 in our cities and in Gabon.We must not forget that good health is a necessary condition to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)."

Mrs. Rose Christiane Ossouka Raponda
Mayor of the Municipality of Libreville

Community Leadership Messages

“I extend my deepest gratitude on behalf of the other community health workers to the Mayor of Libreville, Mrs. Rose, for her great commitment to community participation and the place she has given to our young association Medzoe Santé Plus (AMS +), which is home to young people living with or affected by HIV / AIDS; and for her vision for better community care for PLHIV. Together, we have worked hard to achieve our goal in the pilot phase of this project and much remains to be done. We thank the City of Libreville and the 6 town halls of Libreville for its trust and support. Thanks to them, we can support PLHIV in and beyond Libreville. That is why we encourage all the other city councils of Gabon to follow Libreville’s lead, which puts the community at the center.

Many testimonials reassure us about the good results that the City of Libreville has allowed us to achieve: "Your support enlightens us and allows us to better adhere to ARV treatment" one of the beneficiaries of our interventions said to us. Thank you to City Hall of Libreville, avant-garde of the initiative "My Committed City" in Gabon.”

Gabon Lyse Laurie
Community Health Worker
Medzoe Santé Plus (AMS+)

“Getting tested for HIV is not rocket science. You have to know your status, whether it is positive or negative. If it is positive, you must treat yourself and protect others from HIV. If it is negative, continue to protect yourself against HIV and other sexually-transmitted infections.”

Michael Anicet
Protest HIV Young Ambassador in Gabon

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