Sharing the expertise of a world-class university with our partners in Botswana to build capacity and excellence in clinical care, education, and research.

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The BUP: Clinical Care
 
      Saving lives in Botswana

In 2004 Penn received funding from the US Public Health Service through PEPFAR (President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief), which is a program that provides US Public Health Service funding to 16 affected nations, including Botswana. A combination of PEPFAR funds and research grants currently support approximately 60 full-time physicians, nurses, social workers, and auxiliary health personnel working for Penn in Botswana. 

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BUP Health care Provision 

Our doctors and other health care personnel provide inpatient care on the medical wards at Princess Marina and Nyangabgwe Hospitals, outpatient care in the HIV clinics, and outreach inpatient and outpatient care at the surrounding district hospitals and local government clinics (see map below). In addition, Penn physicians and nurses run a referral clinic for complicated HIV/TB co-infected patients.

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               Clinical areas:

           - HIV/AIDS and co-morbidities

           - Tuberculosis

           - Cervical Cancer

           - Dermatology

           - Pediatrics

 

 

 

Clinical Outreach

BUP clinicians are centrally located in Gaborone, and perform routine outreach across the country.

                                                                            BUP Outreach Schedule

                                                                 Map of locations served by BUP clinicians.