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    Planning and Support Tool for Empowering Approaches to SRHR Education with Young People

    This evidence and rights-based Planning and Support Tool helps organisations to identify how and what they can improve in order to have high quality HIV prevention and SRHR education programmes for young people in place. The fully revised second edition of this practical tool captures all up to date research findings and translated this evidence for practical use. The tool can be used to plan new interventions, but also to analyse existing interventions. The first edition of the tool is also available in French and Portuguese. more

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  • Factsheet - Key findings and recommendations baseline study TAFU programme - Mubende and Mityana districts

    This factsheet summarizes the "Towards an AIDS Free Generation in Uganda (TAFU) programme" baseline study conducted in Mubende and Mityana districts in Uganda. The baseline study (May 2015) focussed on the barriers and facilitators to PMTCT and paediatric HIV. One of the major recommendations is to increase and strengthen family support groups for eMTCT. more

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  • Factsheet - Key findings and recommendations baseline study TAFU programme - Serere district

    This factsheet summarizes the "Towards an AIDS Free Generation in Uganda (TAFU) programme" baseline study conducted in Serere district in Uganda. The baseline study (May 2015) focussed on the barriers and facilitators to PMTCT and paediatric HIV. One of the major recommendations is to mobilize and increase awareness of communities on eMTCT and care for children living with HIV. more

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  • Factsheet - Increasing young people's uptake of sexual and reproductive health services in Malawi

    This baseline study is part of the Healthy Young People project which aims at improving young people’s uptake of SRH services in Malawi. Results indicate it is still needed to address the knowledge gap and reasons why young people do not visit health care services. Relevant skill building has to be provided. Collaboration with important actors (parents, teachers, religious leaders and health care works) is of high importance to address the exiting social norms and support young people to access contraceptives and receive SRH care. more

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  • Study - Access to Social Protection by PLHIV and Key Groups in Ethiopia

    Effective social protection is vital to reducing the disadvantages and inequalities that make people vulnerable to HIV infection, enabling PLHIV to live healthily and adhere to treatment, and mitigating the impact of HIV and AIDS on households. The study shows that among the respondents, 37% receive no support whatsoever and 24% have support from one program. Ethiopia has still big steps to take to achieve UNAIDS goal 10 on social protection: 75% of people living with, at risk of and affected by HIV, who are in need, benefit from HIV-sensitive social protection. The Ethiopian government, UNAIDS and the ILO have taken an interest in the study. A fact sheet summarizing the findings and recommendations of the study is available as well. more

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  • Factsheet - Increasing young people's access to sexual reproductive health services in Uganda

    This study has been conducted as part of the ASK programme, to collect experiences of young people aged 10-24, and in particular young women, in accessing youth-friendly SRH services that were introduced by Mama’s Club in Northern Uganda in 2013. This factsheet provides recommendations on how to increase young people’s access to SRH services. more

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