To plan, coordinate and supervise HIV/AIDS programs and other activities at all institution levels.
A compassionate and caring Church for an HIV and AIDS free society.
- To provide education and build active awareness in the church and the public on HIV/AIDS.
- To mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS and its negative effects on individuals, families, Church and community.
- To coordinate and provide support supervision to HIV/AIDS work in Church.
- To strengthen AAMU and the Church capacity to initiate and manage HIV/AIDS programs.
- To engage in advocacy, partnership and networking.
- To promote human rights initiative for the person at risk, infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in Church and communities.
- Formal education support through provision of scholastic materials
- Vocational training
- Social and economic support and IGA training and management
- Home based care
- HCT, PMTCT, TB
- Treatment of Opportunistic Infections (TOIs)
- Psychosocial counseling and economic support for PHAs.
- Referral services
- Promotion of fidelity/faithfulness among couples, abstinence among youth in and out of school, gender based violence, sexual and reproductive health and rights for adults and youth.
- Sensitizing and training of Church leaders on HIV/AIDS
- Training in HIV/AIDS mainstreaming, HIV/AIDS support group work, Church/community mobilization skills, HIV/AIDS counseling skills, and proposal writing skills.
- Provision of support supervision
MU has four major programs implemented in different parts of the country through SDA Church structures. These include:
- Orphans and other Vulnerable Children (OVC)
- Pillitive Care and ART
- HIV/AIDS prevetion
- Capacity Building