Background: Globally, the number of people living with HIV who are on treatment continues to rise, with an estimated 24.5 million on antiretroviral therapy in mid-2019 (UNAIDS, 2019). However, treatment scale-up is still not on track to meet the target by the end of 2020 of 30 million people living with HIV on treatment (Karui, 2019). Objective: The aim of this study was to determine factor associated with access to anti-retroviral therapy across the 30 ART clinics in Mongu district, in the Republic of Zambia. Methods and Materials: The study was a cross-sectional survey design and collected information about ART access from 400 consenting study participants in Mongu District. Download
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