TCE - VIVA+
VIVA+ is a HIV Prevention, Gender Based Violence and Promotion of the Human Rights of Girls and Young Women project. It aims to achieve HIV prevention among young girls between 10 and 14 years old, and young women between the ages of 15 and 24 years old.
The intervention offers a wide package of prevention services, which include: sexual and reproductive health, life skills, referral to “SAAJ” (Adolescent and Youth Friendly Services), screening for gender-based violence, human rights, family planning, condom distribution, referral to health services for counselling, community health testing and other health services.
Key Results 2019: The project reached 116,000 girls with this package of services as followed: 50,000 girls were 10-14 years old, over 37,000 girls were 15-19 years old and more than 28,000 were 20-24 years old. Nearly 30,000 received a follow up in Youth Friendly health Services. To further prevent HIV, the project distributed 1 million condoms and age appropriate condom education to young women thus giving them some leverage to negotiate safe sex with their partners.
The consortium led by ADPP and composed by the Association for the Promotion of Rural Development (APRODER), h2n and Rovuma University (UniRovuma), in partnership with
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