The health system in Uganda is structured with health facilities starting from the local council one system who are called Village Health teams whose primary role is to report cases, support vaccinations at village labels, and sensitize communities on health prevention measures, the second structure Health Centre II, operates at a parish level which means they served average population of over 3000 people.

Ayabi Sub-county/town council is surrounded by Lake Kwania covering about 6 landing sites with different commercial activities such as sex workers, fishing, commercial bars, existence of street children. Due to these mobile activities, the number of HIV virus transmissions has increased among the active sexual age bracket of 18 to 55 years and there has been a high number of cases of HIV transmissions among children at birth, and this has reduced the chances of many young adolescents living to achieved potential opportunities due to stigma, living in denial and failures for parents to disclose their HIV+ status to their loves ones. Most of the HIV+ patients people in the Ayabi Community live at an average income level which creates an economic social gap, and with stigma caused by their HIV+ status, they are left struggling to acquire the needs that are required for daily necessities.