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Youth Creative Ideas

BACKGROUND OF YCI

 Youth Creative Ideas was set up in 2nd of February 2003 as a Trust for the Youth in Lobengula suburb of Bulawayo.  As such, it was the first Youth organization that was formed from Lobengula Youth centre and from the network of different youth centres throughout Bulawayo. YCI has been very active in community work and as such has been actively involvement with all the community based programs in Lobengula and around the city of Bulawayo.

 

 AIMS & OBJECTIVES OF YCI

Physical address
Off Masiye Phambili Dr, New-lobengula
Uzwathi Road, Lobengula Youth Centre
Email address
Telephone code and number
263 717 200 338
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Folha Informativa: MSH em Angola

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Management Science for Health (MSH), BLC Project
 

A Management Sciences for Health (MSH), uma organização mundial sem fins lucrativos, usa abordagens comprovadas desenvolvidas ao longo de 40 anos para ajudar líderes, gestores de saúde e comunidades em países em vias de desenvolvimento a construírem sistemas de saúde fortalecidos para maior impacto de saúde. A MSH trabalha para salvar vidas ao colmatar lacunas entre conhecimentos e acção em saúde pública.

Os projectos actuais incluem:

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Fact Sheet: MSH in Angola

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Author
Management Science for Health (MSH), BLC Project

Introduction

Management Sciences for Health (MSH), a global health nonprofit organization, uses proven approaches developed over 40 years to help leaders, health managers, and communities in developing nations build stronger health systems for greater health impact. MSH works to save lives by closing the gap between knowledge and action in public health.

Current projects include:

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Toolkit for Transition of Care and Other Services for Adolescents Living with HIV

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AIDSTAR-One

Increasing numbers of perinatally infected children are surviving to adolescence and adulthood. This group is emerging as a unique population and a unique challenge for policy makers, programmers and service providers, thus requiring attention and a stronger understanding of their unique needs to support their continued health and development. This toolkit is designed to support healthcare and community care providers, families, caregivers, and the adolescents themselves with the transition of care, support and transition services from pediatric to adult care.

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Integrating Mental Health into HIV Services Standard Operating Procedures & Training Manual

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Yes
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AIDSTAR-One

Integration of mental health and HIV programs has the potential to significantly improve health outcomes for PLHIV. This training package, which is comprised of a training-of-trainers manual, an accompanying presentation, and a standard operating procedure, was developed to support a pilot project for MH and HIV integration at the community level such that health facilities, community-based organizations (CBOs), and traditional medical practitioners (TMPs) can collaborate to support MH screening and service provision for PLHIV in Zimbabwe.

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Including Orphans and Vulnerable Children with Disabilities in Early Childhood Development Programs

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AIDSTAR-One

This technical brief presents information and guidance on implementing ECD programs for young OVC with disabilities and their families. It provides a basic overview of the fundamental elements a program manager should consider to integrate disability positively into ECD programs and address specific disabilities individually, as needed. This technical brief describes “twin-track” and “triple-track” approaches that promote participation, attention to specific needs, and equal access for OVC with disabilities and their families.

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Innovative Uses of Communication Technology for HIV Programming for MSM & TG Populations

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AIDSTAR-One

The goal of this two-day technical consultation was to provide a forum for key stakeholders in HIV research, programming, implementation, and evaluation to take stock of important developments in the field and develop strategies to improve communication technology for enhanced HIV services. During the meeting, which was co-sponsored by the U.S.

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National Response Efforts to Address Sexual Violence and Exploitation Against Children in Mozambique: A Desktop Study

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AIDSTAR-One

Scant data exists on the prevalence of violence against children worldwide. However, available information, including the United Nations Secretary-General’s Study on Violence against Children, shows that this is a global problem. This desktop study aims to glean from published and grey literature the extent of sexual violence and exploitation against children in Mozambique. The goal of this study is to better understand the government of Mozambique's national response efforts to reduce violence against children.

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Structural Approaches to HIV Prevention Position Paper Series

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AIDSTAR-One

This set of five position papers was co-commissioned by AIDSTAR-One and the STRIVE research consortium to address critical issues within the field of structural interventions for prevention of sexual transmission of HIV in general populations. The papers present both academic and field-based perspectives on key concepts and definitions, operational approaches, programmatic experience, and the current evidence base linking structural factors to HIV risk.

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Assessment Report: Post-Rape Care for Children in Mozambique

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AIDSTAR-One

Sexual violence and exploitation against children is steeped in contextual determinants, such as the socio-economic development and legacy of war-time sexual violence, the intersections of HIV and sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), gender relations in Mozambique, and the social vulnerability of children to sexual and economic exploitation. This assessment focused on current availability and practices of post-rape care (PRC) for children in two provinces of Mozambique, Zambezia and Sofala, and in the capital city of Maputo.

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