The Ethiopian Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ESOG’s) Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) project in private health facilities team undertook a general mentorship and technical support over six sites, five in Dessie and one in Debire Birhan. As part of the regular mentorship and technical support the Project has been providing, the Project team recently conducted the mentorship and provided the technical support over a period of about one week beginning the 2nd through 7th of November, 2015. The technical support the team provides focuses, among other things, on checking the availability of HIV testing for pregnant women, the availability of ARV drugs for HIV infected mothers and their babies, follow up on whether mother baby pair cohort are up to date, and ensuring adherence of PMTCT services and retention to follow up. The mentorship and technical support also ensures the availability and proper usage, and provides in cases of shortages, of PMTCT M&E tools, collects related data and compiles reports and avails technical feedback and support to enable the health workers to provide quality PMTCT services.