Care for people affected by AIDS necessitate that services are accessible. The government has a major role to play. Kitovu Mobile is challenged with sustaining services amidst the changing global face of HIV&AIDS. The costs for providing services are exorbitant but indispensable. This book which is based on a research study conducted in Uganda gives an insight on the Cost of providing services to people affected by HIV within communities in a rural setting characterized by poverty and limited access to basic services. It contributes invaluable information on the cost of AIDS programs for those who wish to replicate similar models. The role and value of volunteers is well articulated. Interested organizations could use this costing information to ensure efficiency of services through improved planning, monitoring and evaluation; lobby and advocate for funding from government and donors, build institutional capacity through strategic collaboration and networking. This book will be especially useful to economists, policy makers and analysts, researchers, donors, program implementers, health and social workers and administrators especially in the private sector.