Bringing patient-focused, community-based, high-quality, and sustainable HIV-AIDS awareness and treatment to rural Africa.

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About Highlands Hope Umbrella

Highlands Hope Umbrella is an organization that brings together community, professional, and volunteer networks to address the the challenge of HIV-AIDS and related social problems like the situation of orphans and vulnerable children in the Njombe region of the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. Its members include community-based peer health educators, a professional women’s association focused on the needs of orphans and vulnerable children, and a youth choir and drama team that builds awareness of HIV among young people in the area.

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Our Mission

Highlands Hope Umbrella organizations follow the protocols and support the priorities of Tanzania’s National Aids Control Program (NACP) for patient care in rural settings, though with very limited local resources.

Nevertheless, the efforts of Highlands Hope Umbrella organizations have touched thousands; they are leaders in the struggle for recognition that access to basic health care (including access to health information and to basic social services for patients and for vulnerable children) is a human right.

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Latest News

Highlands Hope works with The Foundation for Civil Society to address health services challenges in Njombe Tanzania

The FCS is a Tanzanian non-profit company, designed and funded by a group of like-minded development partners, and governed by an independent Board. It enables citizens to become a strong driving force for change in improving the democratic governance of Tanzania, in fighting poverty and in achieving a better quality life for all. Recently, FCS has started working with Highlands Hope Umbrella based in Njombe Tanzania to implement Good governance project focusing Maternal and Child health service delivery improvements.

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Highlands Hope Commends Tanzania for supporting Fast Track targets

Highlands Hope Umbrella welcomes the adoption by the General Assembly of the United Nations on June 8 of a new and actionable Political Declaration on Ending AIDS including a set of specific targets to be reached by 2020 to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030.

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