Only one in four people living with HIV in West Africa are getting the treatment they need

By collecting data on barriers, community monitoring can empower evidence-based advocacy & improve HIV treatment access

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Watch What Matters is a community monitoring initiative led by the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC). We systematically monitor issues that affect HIV treatment access, such as stock-outs and other barriers.

See how we systematically collect and analyze data on these issues. Get the resources you need to do the same.

We work in 11 West African countries.

Recent news

14 December 2017

Activist Voice : Community Monitoring Gets Spotlight at ICASA 2017

The Regional Community Treatment Observatory in West Africa (RCTO-WA) had a strong presence at the International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA) in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire on  4-9 December 2017. Four abstracts submitted…

23 February 2017

Blog : Planning Meeting for Regional Community Treatment Observatory

Project Preparations Ahead of Launch Event Ahead of the launch of ITPC’s Regional Community Treatment Observatory in West Africa earlier this month, ITPC and country partners gathered for a three-day pre-implementation meeting. The purpose of the meeting…

10 January 2017

Press Release : ITPC Gets Green Light for West Africa Community Observatories

Joint message from Board of ITPC Global and ITPC West Africa ITPC Gets Green Light for Community Observatories The Global Fund Board has given the International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC) final approval to support Community…