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Youth Net and Counselling (YONECO)

Empowering young girls and boys (10-24) in Chikwawa and Mangochi District of Southern Malawi to manage sexual and reproductive health risks.

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Project Data Last Updated: 19/01/2018

IATI Identifier: MW-CNM-C076-1999-UKAD-IMP-126

Project seeks to contribute to reduced new STI and HIV infection and reduced teenage pregnancies among young people 10- 24 in Mangochi and Chikwawa districts. Key strategies include improving access to YFHS for adolecsents and youths, improving knowledge on SRHR through deliverly of CSE to primary school learners and out of school youths and creation of enabling environment by improving community and parental support. The project has so far reached to community leaders, teachers, health workers, communities and parents in and out of school young people. These groups benefitted through the capacity building trainings condcuted in parenting, CSE, Peer education and awareness raising session. The project has also reach out to the health advisory committees. on going CSE, parenting and community awareness sessions have been undertaken. The proejct has registered referrals, knwoeldge and skills increase among young people. a good number of young people reached are demonstrating knowledge and skill in comprehensive sexuallity education and the importance of accessing YFHS. The project has also registered improved parental altitude towards young people's access to YFHS.

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