HIV Prevention and Care

  • Targeted Intervention (TI) for HIV prevention and care programme
    • Through Targeted interventions, we are working among high-risk migrant workers and people who use drugs (PWUD) in the Industrial sites and prison settings of Odisha, India.
    • Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for Underserved/Vulnerable adolescent girls: Improve knowledge of, and access to, appropriate sexual and reproductive health and rights information and services for under-served groups. This includes HIV+ adolescent girls, internally displaced populations, orphans, sex workers.
    • Sexual Violence: Community interventions to contribute to ending rape, intimate partner violence and other forms of sexual violence.
    • Harmful Practices that Increase Vulnerability to HIV: Community interventions which work to end harmful practices that are increasing adolescent girls’ and young women’s vulnerability to HIV.
    • Early and Forced Marriage: Community interventions which contribute to the ending of child marriage and/or relationships of power imbalance.

Our Approach: 

  • Generating demand demand for SRH, family planning and HIV services. 
  • Advocacy to affect change in local, national policies.
  • Promote the adoption of good practice.
  • Giving a voice to affected people not often heard by decision-makers by focusing on a problem and demonstrating successes and/or sharing experiences and good practice. 
  • Promoting Knowledge and Enforcement of Laws and Policies: Engaging local communities to protect and promote the rights of girls and young women. 
  • Optimizing health impacts for girls and women  through an integrated approach to education, prevention and care in SRH and HIV services, through linkages with clinics, government officials and/or other community-based organisations.
  • Girl-Centred Approaches: Activities targeting girls that are shaped by the girls of the community.
  • Eradicating Stigma and Discrimination: combat the stigma and discrimination attached to HIV and AIDS that present a barrier to accessing HIV and SRH. services, including facility level discrimination, community-level stigma and self-stigma.