Tuesday, November 08, 2011

RESEARCH - Youth EXPERIENCES, CHALLENGES and New PRACTICES in HIV Prevention among Young People.

Tuesday, November 08, 2011
Are you an HIV/AIDS activist, a group or organization on HIV Prevention targeting young people? Take part in a research exercise we are conducting today.

2011 marks 30 since the first HIV case was reported in 1981. We have come a long way since then. Whilst a cure has yet to be discovered, we have seen many advancements in both medical and advocacy approaches to combat the pandemic. But 30 years on, the question still remains. How much of what we are doing is actually working?

CAD Blog is conducting a research exercise to document 3 aspects (EXPERIENCES, CHALLENGES AND NEW PRACTICES) that we hope will help provide an understanding to actors on the ground on where we stand with respect to HIV prevention among young people. The target group and eventual beneficiaries of this exercise are expected to be individuals, groups and organizations working on issues around HIV prevention.

The research exercise will involve three approaches; (a) an Online Information Collection Form, (b) a Plenary Session during ICASA 2011 and (c) a face to face focus group discussion during ICASA 2011.

The online information collection form for the research exercise is also available at the top right of the Blog.
Editorial Team.
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