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WEWS10. Negotiating Religious Barriers to Mobilizing and Building Capacity of Key populations (KP) for HIV Prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa. Facilitator: Justus Aungo, PhD. Co-Facilitators: Zebedee Mkala and Carlos Laudari Pathfinder International.

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WEWS10

Negotiating Religious Barriers to Mobilizing and Building Capacity of Key populations (KP) for HIV Prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa

Facilitator: Justus Aungo, PhD.

Co-Facilitators: Zebedee Mkala and Carlos Laudari

Pathfinder International

session 4 building bridges by zebedee mkalla
Session 4: BUILDING BRIDGESby Zebedee Mkalla

Sharing what is working in Kenya

case study of kenyan coast
Case study of Kenyan Coast
  • Challenge to prevention: Religious demonstration against meeting on KPs;
  • Action Taken: Multi-level stakeholder engagement through TWG and community mobilization
  • Key strategy: framing KP access to prevention service as health right; prevention for all; and religious obligation ‘as thy brother’s keeper’; .
  • Result: increased service provision to KP; and KP participation and ownership of prevention initiatives.
discussion highlights
DISCUSSION HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Mobilizing public involvement
  • Establishment of technical working groups
  • Media involvement and publicity
  • State and local administration buy-in and involvement
  • Integrated service provision- each service provider finding niche
  • KP-led advocacy for involvement
summary
Summary
  • Whereas programming interests may mainly focus on the provision of services to KAP; an enabling environment is extremely essential.
  • This can be assured by leadership by government agencies through TWG’S to ensure that there are requisite policies, guidelines and direction for implementation of sound interventions.
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