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Baseline Assessment Results for Changing the River’s Flow for Young People

A Gender Transformative Programme for the Young People in Zimbabwe
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SAfAIDS & Sonke Gender Justice (2016). Baseline Assessment Results for Changing the River's Flow for Young People: A Gender Transformative Programme for the Young People in Zimbabwe. SAfAIDS and Sonke Gender Justice: Zimbabwe.

SAfAIDS in partnership with Sonke Gender Justice will be implementing a 2 year gender-transformative program that seeks to transform gender roles and promote more gender-equitable relationships between young men and young women to reduce HIV, GBV and promote positive SRHR entitled “Changing the River’s Flow – A gender Transformative Program for Young People (CTRF 4 YP)” within, hard to reach areas like farms and mining communities in Zimbabwe. The project targets hard to reach areas, within the farming and mining communities, of Nyanga, Hwange, Chiredzi and Seke. SAfAIDS commissioned Primson Management Services as external consultants to provide services by conducting a baseline survey. The baseline survey aimed to benchmark and set indicators for the implementation of the different components of the CTRF 4 YP programme.

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