Kenya is home to the fourth largest HIV epidemic in the world. In 2016, new infections among young women (ages 15-24) were 44% higher than among young men, with poverty and gender inequality driving the epidemic. The African Centre for Women, Information and Communications Technology (ACWICT), based in Nairobi, provides young women with vocational training […]
Learnings from a Stratified-Pair, Cluster-Randomized Field Study In Ethiopia, the national family planning program has made significant strides in providing access to services in the country. The contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR) jumped in the last two decades. This increase in CPR has mainly been a result of a sharp increase in the use of injectable […]
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To commemorate World AIDS Day, the JSI Atlanta office opened its doors to He Is Valuable, Inc., a local community-based organization for “Chit, Chat, and Chew: World AIDS Day Edition.” Chit, Chat, & Chew (CCC) is an open forum for conversation and engagement to increase the social capital of the black, gay/queer community and the overall health […]
Through the DREAMS Innovation Challenge, which is funded by PEPFAR and managed by JSI, the Bar Hostess Empowerment & Support Programme is helping adolescent girls and young women in Kenya to protect themselves from HIV infection, including through pre-exposure prophylaxis.
As part of DREAMS Innovation Challenge, Brick by Brick Uganda launched a project to keep girls in secondary school. The project teaches girls to make reusable menstrual pads, renovates or builds clean and private washrooms to support menstrual hygiene at school, and trains teachers and students in sexual and reproductive health, including HIV prevention.
To provide women with additional choices and expand access to plan their families, Madagascar recently introduced DMPA-SC (marketed as Pfizer’s Sayana® Press), a new, lower-dose, easy-to-use injectable contraceptive.
A newborn’s first haircut is more than a beautiful tradition in Bauchi state. It’s an innovative way to save lives.