NETHIPS is a key stakeholder and umbrella organization for people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Sierra Leone
Founded in 2006, its strategic role is to coordinate, advocate and build the capacity of its members who are mainly people living with and affected by AIDS in Sierra Leone..
Our focus areas
We’re on a mission to solve the problems and reinvent the perception of People living with HIV in Sierra Leone. These are some of our focus areas...
Health and Rights
Health and Rights
Program Manager of NETHIPS Facilitating the training The Network of HIV Positives in Serra Leone (NETHIPS) has conducted 3-day training for 19 Community-Led Monitors and 3 District Supervisors with support from ITPC/CSIHH-WCA. NETHIPS continue to lead national efforts at promoting community-led responses, tracking, monitoring and reporting. Community-Led Monitoring project focuses on monitoring service delivery and uptake at selected health facilities for …
Advocacy & Communications Officer presenting the Patient Rights Charter to personnel of the Lumley Police Station
The Network of HIV Positives in Sierra Leone concludes a one-day District Steering Committee meeting at their Headquarters Office at Grafton. The objective of the meeting was to engage the NETHIPS National Executive and District Steering Committee members on how they will take over the mentorship of Support Groups as per NETHIPS Constitution.
A Cross Section of participants after the Sensitization In a bid to promote the rights of people living and affected by HIV as a means of combating HIV-related Stigma and Discrimination in the country, the Network of HIV Positives in Sierra Leone (NETHIPS) with support from Solthis developed the Patient Rights Charter in 2016. This charter is an extract from the National HIV …
Sierra Leone has joined the World to Commemorates the World AIDS Day (WAD) on theme: “Global Solidarity Shared Responsibility”. The event which took place at the National stadium attracted key stakeholders including community people, youth groups, journalists and Civil Societies, Inter Religious Councils, Key Population in the HIV response, NETHIPS Family among others. Chief Medical Officer …
The Network of People Living with HIV in Sierra Leone (NETHIPS) with support from partners on Monday 30th November 2020 observe candle night at their Head Quarter Office, Mulunesh Tennagashaw House, 261 Regent Road, Grafton and their Regional Offices in Bo, Kenema and Makeni. Candle light in solidarity of those who may have died as result HIV This day is set aside globally to remember …