HIV Services Benefit Lesotho Prisoners

A health worker's gloved hands using a finger prick HIV test on a client.

Mohai Mohai is among the Lesotho prisoners benefiting from a prisoner health program funded by the Elton John AIDS Foundation and implemented by Jhpiego. The 23-year-old received HIV screening, care and treatment services while in prison and follow-up support to ensure his wife had a healthy and HIV-free pregnancy.

Men Are in the House at Khotla

Male nurse speaking with a group of men at a health clinic.

After learning about the men’s clinic at Scott Hospital from a colleague, Lebamang Moiloa decided to go there for HIV services and explore voluntary medical male circumcision, a key prevention intervention. “I was nervous,” the 27-year-old student admitted. “I didn’t know what to expect. Who was going to assist me? How would I deal with