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IDAHOT 2017 kicks off in style

IDAHOT 2017 kicks off in style

By Elizabeth Ndhlovu-Dumbreni

Various women from the lesbian, b…

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Big data and HIV: From Big Brother to Big Hope

However, there are also great hopes invested in the use of big data for social good. Information abo…

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Southern Africa Charter

What is the issue?

There is lack of access to health, particularly accessible, available,affordab…

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What African sex workers want

What African sex workers want

There are basically three things sex workers desire, and hope for

Ra…

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About

The Key Populations – Representation, Evidence and Advocacy for Change in Health (KP REACH) is a regional consortium of KP networks, wider civil society and the private sector partners who through a Global Fund funded three year program (2016-2018) have come together to implement a programme whose goal is the reduction in HIV infections and HIV-related deaths among key populations in Southern Africa through improved access by KPs to HIV prevention, testing and treatment services. The programme is being implemented in eight countries in the SADC region which are Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, and Namibia.

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Objectives
An interrelated set of objectives have been formulated as part of a regional response, with anticipated impact and outcomes at national level.

Strengthening four existing and/or emerging regional KP networks in Southern Africa so that they are able to work together and with others in a strategic and efficient manner.
Improving data collection as well as the use, management, scale up and replication of innovative best practices to enable more responsive programming and policies at the national level to improve KP access to HIV prevention, testing and treatment.
Developing and disseminating messaging co-created with KPs to shift attitudes and beliefs for reduction in stigma and discrimination as a key barrier to preventing KPs from accessing prevention, testing and treatment for HIV.
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In order to assist you, our carefully selected experts can advise you in in the following areas:

Evidence
Improving data collection/evidence and use, knowledge management, scale up and replication of best practice for more responsive national level programming and policies for improved access to HIV prevention, testing and treatment services for KPs.
Advocacy
Promoting dialogue and advocacy through a Unified KP-led voice through dissemination of messaging co-created with KPs that shifts attitudes and beliefs reducing stigma and discrimination as a barrier to HIV prevention, testing and treatment services for KPs.
Representation
Putting people first by using a human rights response to HIV/AIDS in order to reduce HIV infections and HIV-related deaths.

Latest News

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Tinashe’s story: hope after persecution for being gay

At the age of 14 Tinashe told his grandmother that he was gay and was kicked out of the house when his grandfather found out. In 2016, age 17, he had to flee his home in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe in fear of his life. In many countries same sex love is illegal © Corrie Wingate for […]

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A Tale of Two Sex Workers

A Tale of Two Sex Workers Khadija Akinyi loves her job. For eight years, her work in Kisumu, Kenya, has put a roof over her head, fed her, clothed her, and helped her bring up a daughter. Her best friend, Dorah, shares the same profession, but not the same affinity for it. Most evenings, Khadija’s […]

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Toxic masculinity causes extreme violence

Toxic masculinity causes extreme violence Alvine Kapitako Windhoek-Society is conditioned in such a way that men are expected to bottle up their emotions instead of expressing themselves in a healthy way, Delene van Dyk, a psychosexual educator from South Africa, explained in a three-day workshop, aimed at preventing stigma and discrimination experienced by Key Populations. […]

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Our Partners

Meet our Regional Partners

ASWA

ASWA

Partner

AMSHER

AMSHER

Partner

CAL

CAL

Partner

HIVOS

HIVOS

Partner

GENDER DYNAMIX

GENDER DYNAMIX

Partner

M&C SAATCHI WORLD SERVICE

M&C SAATCHI WORLD SERVICE

Partner

POSITIVE VIBES

POSITIVE VIBES

Partner

SAfAIDS

SAfAIDS

Partner

Contact Us

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KPREACH.NET SAfAIDS Regional Office 17 Beveridge Road,Avondale Harare Zimbabwe
Support
E-mail: info@kpreach.net Phone: +263 4 336193/4
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