Call for Partners to scale up HIV and GBV prevention amongst young people with a particular focus on adolescent girls and young women aged 15-24 in Zimbabwe
In the last 5 years SAfAIDS has delivered innovative social behaviour change communication services that have complemented the efforts of governments in southern Africa to reduce new HIV infections and to improve SRH health outcomes. During the same period, SAfAIDS intensified its efforts to reach out to young people with sexual and reproductive health information and services that reduce young people’s risk to HIV and enhance positive sexual outcomes.
In the next 5 years SAfAIDS intends to scale up HIV and GBV prevention amongst young people with a particular focus on adolescent girls and young women aged 15-24 in Zimbabwe.
It is against this background that SAfAIDS is inviting community–based organisations with tangible experience in successfully engaging young people, particularly adolescent girls and young women in HIV and GBV interventions to express their interest by submitting partnership proposal to SAfAIDS, clearly articulating the innovative models and partnerships they have used in this strategic area as efforts intensify to end AIDS by 2030.
Selected partners will be responsible for implementing young people’s HIV and GBV interventions in selected districts.
The duration of the partnership will be one year.
Those interested should submit their applications to the following email address: on or before 15 January 2016. Any submission later than the deadline will not be considered. A multi-stakeholder independent partner selection committee will be established to evaluate the completed Partnership Forms.
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