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Project Strategies

The Project will address issues that affect young people and HIV/AIDS orphaned children for example lack of adequate information about HIV/AIDs. STDs, Sex and Sexuality. Use of contraceptives etc and how to prevent the rate of HIV infection that is on the increase in rural areas.

The Project will directly involve the orphans, their families, caregivers and guardians, the youth in planning and implementation of the process. It will also focus on several issues that aim at building capacity of community workers who in turn will train community volunteers and peer counselors to give them skills in reproductive health issues and the considerable potentials of young people. As a result, they will be able to discuss sexual health matters, behavior change, risk reduction and care for the HIV/AIDs orphans and the people living with HIV in general.

The project is expected to train and educate, build capacity of community workers, volunteers, young mothers, nurses, First Aiders who will provide and share health knowledge and information to others in the rural areas in the project area.

The methodology of implementing the project is divided into programmes with each programme again divided into activities as follows:

1. Training of peer Education

This programme has two phases in which the second phase builds on the first. The activities in each phase include:

Phase One: Peer Development Activities

Community mobilization and sensitization seminars
Behavior Change Workshops for in-school and out-of-school youth aged 10-35


  • TOT for Peer counselors

  • TOT for Peer Educators

  • Home Base Care givers

Phase Two: Peer Sustainability Activities


  • Debates and Discussions Sessions

  • Condom distribution

  • Film shows and critiquing

  • Country Life skills training

  • Contraceptive distribution

Community Health workers and Education Development Programme


It has the following TOT Workshops:

  1. Community health workers

  2. First Aiders

  3. Local Resource awareness Seminars

  4. Income generating fund

  5. Micro finance projects

Family Life and Education Programme

  • Positive parenting

  • Family Health Improvement Activities

  • Rural Community mobilization and sensitization seminars

  • Sustainable use of HIV/AIDs IEC materials at home and Workshops

  • Family Nutrition Workshops/Hygiene

  • Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) Workshops

  • Water and sanitation Hygiene promotion

Organization Development Programme

It has the following activities

Staff Empowerment

  • Staff Appraisal Workshop

  • Staff Training Workshop

  • Management Skills training for staff

  • Project Planning and Management for staff

  • Resource Mobilization

  • Programme Facilitation methods Workshops

Monitoring and Evaluation Activities

  • Making Annual Strategic Plans

  • Making community plans

  • Making quarterly Review of our Plan & Budget

  • Meeting to address Management/Administrative issues o Making community Needs Assessment

  • Writing reports

  • Paving on sport visits

  • Net-working with other organizations

Resource mobilization & Utilization

  • Writing and marketing Proposals

  • Creating an inventory of donor profile

  • Conduct Community voluntarism sensitization seminars o Inviting and Accepting Global Volunteers to work with.

IEC Material Development Activities

  •  Developing, designing, making and reviewing IEC messages through: o Brochures

  • Posters

  • Banners

  • T-shirts

  • Placards

  • Publishing research findings and lessons learnt from programmes o Video documentation

  • Handouts

  • Training Manual

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