Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) for HIV Prevention: SAfAIDS How-To-Card
This How-To-Card highlights a continuing need for prevention. Prevention methods such as Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) hold much promise for southern Africa. Working in synergy with current prevention strategies, PEP has a potential to prevent infection among a number of key groups. It represents an additional prevention tool to strenghten southern Africa's HIV prevention efforts.
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Enhancing Good Practice Documentation with Digital Storytelling: A Reference Manual for Empowering Community-Based Organisations and Communities around HIV and Gender, SAfAIDS & Women'sNet, 2012
This reference manual was developed jointly by SAfAIDS and Women’sNet, with support from Oxfam Canada, to provide a step-by-step manual for using digital storytelling as an innovative addition to the range of tools that can be used to document and communicate good practices.
Young People's Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Issues in Zimbabwe: Summary of findings from SAfAIDS Baseline Survey in Five Provinces
Investing In Young People Is Investing In The Future: Young Peole's Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Issues in Zimbabwe: Summary of findings from SAfAIDS Baseline Survey in Five Provinces
Swazi Survivor Stories of Abuse: Interlinkages between women’s rights, abuse of women, HIV and culture
This booklet is part of SAfAIDS’ ‘Changing the Rivers Flow’ (CTRF) programme which Positive Women Together implemented in Mvembili, Dvokolwako, Velezizweni and Materdolorosa High School between 2009 and 2011. Through the ‘Changing the River’s Flow’ programme, implementing organisations challenge gender dynamics in a cultural context to address HIV. The programme also makes the interlinkages between culture, gender based violence and women’s rights and addresses these in order to make an impact on high HIV incidence in communities in the region....
The rate of increase in adolescent pregnancies is a growing concern in southern Africa and hence it has become imperative to examine the various causes of teenage pregnancy in order to comprehensively address this issue. Lack of sex education and awareness of pregnancy preventionmeasures are the most important but not the only contributory factors of adolescent pregnancy. The following are some factors that lead to adolescent pregnancy.
Edicao 1 to 4: 2009-2010 - The Umbrella: LIVRE de VBG E HIV - Boletimo Informativo "Mudando O Curso do Rio"
Portuguese: Issues 1 to 4 - 2009 to 2010 - The Umbrella: Safe from GBV and HIV - Changing the River’s Flow Newsletter, SAfAIDS
The Umbrella: SEGURA EM RELACAO A VBG E HIV - Boletimo Informativo "Mudando O Curso do Rio"