PASADA has received support from Dar es Salaam Active Cyclists. This was given by the cyclists as their contribution to
The US First Lady Laura Bush visited PASADA on July 13th 2005 and was accompanied by Anna Mkapa and Cardinal Pengo. 
  • PASADA receives support from Dar Active Cyclists (DAC)

  • Norway Crown Princess visits to PASADA

  • US First Lady, Laura Bush's Visit To Pasada's Offices

  • Nordic Tour To PASADA

Our Projects

Decentralization: PASADA has reached its limit in
Establishment of a structured training unit which

Our Services

Home-Based Palliative Care at PASADA In 2002 PASADA began providing services beyond traditional home-based care when three
A vulnerable child is any child below 18 years, who is either currently experiencing, or is likely to experience, lack of
HIV and AIDS community sensitization Prevention and promotion of access to VCT services Promotion of care and support for PLWHA
Monthly Clients Meetings” bring together larger groups of clients (normally from 250 to 450 participants) and provide a forum for
The MAPATO project uses a replica of the Grameen Bank model. It uses a system of solidarity group lending, as working through
The goal of the program  is to contribute to the reduction of HIV incidence among infants born to HIV positive mothers. The main
To make early TB  diagnosis and to start treatment in people who are HIV positive. To encourage all  TB patients in care to know
While the health of children on ART rapidly improves, this improvement does give rise to challenges, particularly around issues
The Medical Department is divided into four main services: Ongoing medical assistance for the diagnosis and treatment of
PASADA provides VCT at the Chang’ombe Upendano centre and at 18 satellite sites throughout its catchment area. All PASADA
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Pastoral Activities and Services for people with AIDS Dar es Salaam Archdiocese (PASADA) is a social service agency operating under the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Dar es Salaam that was begun in August 1992 when a small group of people with HIV gathered to seek mutual aid and support. PASADA has grown rapidly to meet the exploding demands of the HIV pandemic in the Dar es Salaam urban area. PASADA strives to reach the poorest of the poor living with HIV and provide them with holistic care and support services. Although sponsored by the Roman Catholic Church, the services offered by PASADA are available to all individuals without discrimination of any sort and completely free of charge. Additionally, educational programs are carried out at community level with the objective of reducing stigma and discrimination and promoting behavioral change, thereby limiting the spread of the virus. Read more...

Current and Future Project

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