Project Abstract The Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) is situated in the Pacific Ocean and comprises twenty-nine (29) atolls and five (5) major islands. These atolls and islands form two parallel chains - the Ratak Chain (sunrise chain), and the Ralik Chain (sunset chain). The Marshallese population is of Micronesian origin. The total land mass measures around 181 square kilometers and the Exclusive Economic Zone measures about two (2) million square kilometers. The highest elevation is around ten (10) meters above the sea level, with the average elevation at two (2) meters. The RMI 2011 Census of Population and Housing provides a national population count of 53,158 persons, comprised of 27,243 males and 25,915 females. The RMI is a low prevalence setting for HIV. The number of people reported to be living with HIV in the Marshall Islands remains relatively low. At the end of November 2017, the cumulative incidence of HIV in the RMI was twenty-eight (32) cases, since the first case was identified in 1984. Four new cases have been identified in year 2017. There are currently eight (8) people living with HIV in the RMI as of December 2020. The RMI Ryan White Part B HIV/AIDS Care Program will be carried out through the Majuro Hospital, the major hospital of the Marshall Islands, and all of the health care clinics in the outer islands. The goal will be to enhance access to a comprehensive continuum of high-quality HIV care and treatment for low-income people living with HIV in the jurisdiction. Considering the epidemic nature of HIV, its significant social and economic impacts, and the associated discrimination against the people living with HIV, the continuum of HIV care and treatment should not be interrupted or stopped. The RMI FY 2021 Implementation Plan was developed using projections of service usage based on past usage, expenditures, and local assessment data. The core medical care services including HIV medication assi
stance and the viral load and CD4 counts test will continue to be provided to the patients living with HIV in the RMI to ensure quality of care and to assist the clients in medical care in achieving positive health outcomes. Also, the support services including food bank/home delivered meals, medical transportation and the outreach services will be provided to the patients living with HIV in the RMI so that they may access and maintain their medical care.