Call for Partners to do a baseline assessment for Sustainable Communities of Real Excellence (SCORE)
The Sustainable Communities of Real Excellence (SCORE) programme is a three-year regional programme that will be implemented by SAfAIDS through strategic regional and national partners in six countries (Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, and Zimbabwe). The programme seeks to address HIV, TB, Gender Based Violence (GBV) and Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) needs of young people, women and key populations (LGBTI, sex workers, and prisoners) in high transmission; high population regions within the stated six countries. Specific target areas include informal sectors around the mining areas, farming areas and prisons. In line with the overall SCORE objectives, activities will be delivered at national and regional levels.
Community level activities, implemented with national and local partners, will target high HIV, SRH, GBV prevalence districts, with large population figures and ‘hot spots’ within those areas. The primary targets for the program include: high risk and vulnerable groups that include young people aged 10-24 years, women aged 25-49 years who live in the informal sectors around mines, young offenders and women in prisons, men as critical stakeholders in preventing HIV, GBV and upholding the rights of women and girls; and key populations to reach 10 million people over 5 years in 6 countries in southern Africa.
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