Uganda AIDS Commission

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The Uganda AIDS Commission (UAC) is a national organization established by parliamentary statute in 1992. The Commission's main objective is to oversee the implementation of the national strategy to combat HIV/AIDS, adopted by the Government of Uganda in 1990.[1]


The Commission is situated under the Office of the President of Uganda. The current Chairman is Professor Vinand Nantulya. The Director General of the UAC is Dr. Christine Joyce Ondoa, a prominent consultant pediatrician and former Minister of Health (May 2011 - May 2013).[2]

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