TASO piloted community client-led ART delivery (CCLADs) in Jinja, Uganda, that have subsequently been endorsed by the Ministry of Health and implemented nationally. It was designed to increase the capacity of an out-of-facility ART distribution model, the community drug distribution points (CDDP), run in the same area. These collection points became congested. Instead of individual patients collecting from these points, long-standing stable patients join a peer support group (PSG) in their village/local area. The PSG has 7-10 members and elects a group leader who collects ART refills on behalf of the group at the CDDP and distributes these back in the village/local area. There is no rotation of group members attending the CDDP. All group members attend their 6-monthly clinical visit at the CDDP supported by a mobile outreach team.