© Nell Freeman for Frontline AIDS

In Mozambique, we're ensuring HIV services are designed with the needs of people most affected by HIV in mind.

Mozambique is taking strides in responding to HIV. It is one of just two countries that implements all the HIV-sensitive elements criteria within its social protection strategy. Protecting the human rights of people living with HIV is essential to ending AIDS.

We have trained community-based organisations in Mozambique on REAct, a tool to record data about human rights violations and use this data to refer people to health, legal and other public services.

New HIV infections in the country affect a variety of general and marginalised populations. Together with our partners, Frontline AIDS works to respond to AIDS, focusing on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and men who have sex with men (MSM), people who use drugs and young people.


  • 2.2 million people are living with HIV in Mozambique.
  • Limited data exists about how HIV affects LGBT people.
  • 60% of people living with HIV are on treatment.
  • Only around 30% of young people have significant knowledge about how to prevent HIV.

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