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PROJECTS HIV & AIDS 2012/2013 Haiti - Sensitization on HIV/AIDS Prevention

Haiti - Sensitization on HIV/AIDS Prevention

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An initiative to raise awareness of prevention against HIV/AIDS in three communities on Haiti.

 

 

Who's involved?

Project leader: Brusma DAPHNIS

Lead organisation: L’association Haïti Tchaka Danse « HTD »

Communities : Cité Soleil, Carrefour Feuilles, Vallées de Bourdon

Timeframe: February 2013 - August 2013

Objective:

· This project aims at encouraging young people to act in order to reduce the risk of HIV/AIDS and other STIs in local communities, through performing arts.

Activities:

· Training of 150 young people in the following areas: dance, theatre, singing and social and cultural activities. The participants will be recruited from the three different communities (50 from each).

· Creation of and strengthening of existing cultural communities for a sustained prevention against HIV/AIDS.

· Social gatherings regarding HIV/AIDS with the beneficiaries of the project.

· Community debates about the fight against HIV/AIDS.

· Realization of shows about the prevention against HIV/AIDS.

Downloads (available only in French):

Project Proposal [PDF]

Timeframe [PDF]

Final report [PDF]

 

 
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