Programmes & Projects

LISAP coordinates the HIV&AIDS activities of the CCAP Synod of Livingstonia and mobilizes and empowers communities to initiate and sustain HIV&AIDS interventions with a Christ centred spirit.

In order to do this, LISAP implements programmes and projects:
1. Mobilize community response through church consortiums
2. Promote holistic community responses in line with the National HIV&AIDS Framework. Programmes have been organised in the following pillars
– Prevention, e.g. through
– Life skills
– Peer Education
– Girls Empowerment
– Treatment, Care & Support, e.g. through Home Based Care
– Impact Mitigation
– Mainstreaming and Decentralization
– Research&Development
– Monitorin&Evaluation
3. Facilitate community responses towards high impact and sustainability
4. Innovate responses in line with national and international best practices
5. Gradually scale up the response to reach the whole Northern region

Facts & Figures

Between 2004-2008, Prevention programmes reached 30,990 people in 147 community groups in all districts of the Northern region

Between 2004-2008, Treatment, Care and Support programmes reached 3,878 people through 337 Home Based Care groups

Between 2004-2008, Impact Mitigation programmes reached 8,984 beneficiaries through 141 Community Based Childcare Centres (CBCCs).

Between 2004-2008, 4 research reports have been published from data gathered through surveys.

Strategic Priorities

1. Organize ourselves for sustainable high impact in the communities we are already working with while continuing to grow our coverage in the Northern region
2. Promote the use of interventions that really work and that are sustainable according to our own M&E findings as well as the latest research;
3. Implement our mandate to coordinate all HIV&AIDS activities of all the departments, presbyteries and congregations in the Synod of Livingstonia;
4. Synchronize and integrate our activities with the other NGOs, FBOs and government institutions that are actively engaged in the response to HIV&AIDS both at regional and national level;
5. Retain our high-calibre of staff by offering competitive conditions of service and training opportunities;
6. Make our organisation financially secure through a balanced donor base and our own income generating activities.

Contact Details

Ms. M. Nguluwe (Director)
PO Box 279
+265 1 339 265 (fixed)
+265 999 576 799/+265 888 309 655 (cell) |