New Report Examines DREAMS Initiative Lessons From South Africa, Kenya

Devex: HIV prevention initiative seeks to break barriers in sub-Saharan Africa
“…DREAMS seeks to reduce HIV incidence among vulnerable populations of adolescent girls and young women in the 10 African countries where it works and stop the spread of new infections. On Wednesday, the Center for Health and Gender Equity released a new report, ‘Breaking Barriers to HIV Prevention for Adolescent Girls and Young Women.’ The report serves as a working document to inform U.S. policymakers, donors, and advocates on how the partnership is being implemented in South Africa and Kenya and to share some lessons the partnership has learned about what works, or what doesn’t in HIV prevention for adolescent girls and young women…” (Ehidiamen, 12/6).

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