Adolescent Girls & Young Women
This pack has been designed for use by Human Rights educators and trainers working in the field of Women’s Rights.
The material can be used by participants with a varying degree of expertise in the area of Human Rights and/or Women’s Rights.
This report was photographed and written by 21 children and young people, aged 13 to 18, who are part of the World Vision Young Leaders project, which aims to equip and empower them to engageread more
Despite being offered a daily pill to protect them from HIV, almost three-quarters of women sex workers had stopped taking the pills after a year.read more
Working together to strengthen HIV programming for adolescent girls and young women.
AVIWE, meaning they have been heard in Xhosa, is a project based on the realisation that HIV prevention, care and treatment outcomes in adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in South Africa can be maximised through strengthening programmes targeting this vulnerable population.
The AVIWE website is a living and dynamic online space that is kept up-to-date with evidence-informed practices, resources and training material in the realm of HIV prevention, care and treatment for adolescent girls and young women in South Africa. Connect to the clearinghouse to engage with these practices, resources and materials.
To strengthen regional training centres and Departmentof Health programmes to integrate and implement effective AGYW training.
To provide support to regional training centres and the Departmet of Health in integrating and implementing comprehensive AGYW services.
To identify, evaluate, document and share promising practices which can strengthen AGYW programmes in South Africa.