Health and fight against HIV/AIDS

 

 

Through our health programmes people are empowered to take control of their own health. They also make informed decisions to reduce their vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and become aware of how to prevent transmission of the disease and how to make better health choices.

 

                                

               Sexual and Reproductive Health for All Initiative (SARAI) Project

The Sexual and Reproductive Health for All Initiative (SARAI) was a five year project with the goal of increasing modern contraceptive prevalence rate by 2% annually through increased and improved quality of family planning and sexual and reproductive health (FP/SRH).  The project increased the modern contraceptive prevalence rate from the initial baseline average of 36% to 48% in women of child bearing age (15 to 49 years) in the 17 targeted districts.

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              Total Control of the Epidemic (TCE) Project

The ‘Total Control of the Epidemic’ (TCE) approach empowers people at-risk to take control of their own health, make informed decisions to reduce their vulnerability to HIV/AIDS, and decide for adherence. Through a combination of tailor-made HIV services, people are notifying their partners of their HIV status that leads to their partners testing as well. Field officers and Community Health Workers visit PLHIV, who fell out of treatment, to re-engage them and forming adherence support with a trio of buddies.

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               HOPE Youth HIV Prevention Project

The HOPE Youth HIV Prevention project contributes to the control of the HIV/TB epidemic in Zambia by increasing the capacity of young people and their community structures to effectively compliment efforts to control the HIV/TB pandemic. Volunteers spearhead behaviour change among youths in their communities on HIV and TB prevention and treatment, while Field Legal Animators sensitise communities to stop sexual and gender based violence and support those who had been violated through home counselling and where needed referral to relevant local and/or district authorities are done.

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