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As part of our work in tackling abortion stigma, IPPF awards small grants to young people to create projects that would tackle the issue of abortion stigma in their communities.
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In Kenya there is a growing generation of young people who are disproportionately affected by HIV. Born before prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV programmes had been conceived and before antiretroviral treatment (ART) programmes had been scaled up, these adolescents ...
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Family Health Options Kenya (FHOK, the IPPF Member Association in Kenya), the Centre for the Study of Adolescence (CSA) and other civil society organizations (CSOs) have identified a number of ‘high priority’ pledges: progress towards these pledges is critical for ...
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The project has been particularly successful in reaching young people and women living with HIV in Nakuru district. There is a large unmet need among this group. HIV services, including positive prevention, have now been integrated into existing SRH services ...
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Family health Options Kenya : a youth education and sexuality (YES) peer education project which has improved knowledge of sexual health and encouraged access to services, increasing condom use and HIV testing, and worked on reducing substance use and improving ...
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Africa labours under the strain of the largest HIV epidemic in the world, with infection rates in several countries reaching above 30 per cent of the general population, disproportionately concentrated in the SubSaharan region. In some areas the epidemic is ...
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Family Health Options Kenya (FHOK) : bringing HIV information and treatment to people living in a Nairobi slum through the Models of Care programme: providing integrated sexual and reproductive health and HIV services; supporting income generation programmes; challenging stigma; and ...
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The majority of HIV infections are sexually transmitted or associated with pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding, all of which are fundamental elements of sexual and reproductive health care. Despite this, services for sexual and reproductive health and for HIV and AIDS ...
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