USAID Deputy Administrator Discusses DREAMS Initiative Progress With Women In Kenya

Capital News: Project DREAMS helps prevent vulnerable young women from HIV infections
“Visiting Deputy Administrator USAID Bonnie Glick has held a round-table discussion with beneficiaries of DREAMS, a USAID funded project which is part of the agency’s commitment to HIV prevention among young people. Glick who held the forum at the St. Johns Community Center in Kamukunji sub-county was impressed by the achievements of the project that has reached 22,719 adolescent girls and young women with appropriate health education that enabled them to make informed decisions about their reproductive health. … Chief of Party DREAMS initiative Betty Adera says their main aim is to prevent new infections and ensure HIV-negative girls and young women remain negative by equipping them with information on healthier and safer sexual practices…” (Mueni, 4/4).

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