PASSOS (Gaza, Zambezia and Niassa)

The project took a targeted approach to reach high-risk groups such as sex workers and vulnerable communities such as truckers, migrants, miners, girls and women. The package of services includes various HIV prevention methodologies and tools, linking them to STI, HIV and TB consultations, partner management, stigma reduction and livelihood support for target community members.

PASSOS-01

Sex workers reached

GAZA

702

ZAMBÉZIA

3,309

NIASSA

737

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