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Sylvere BUKIKI
West Africa Regional Coordinator
HIV Collaborative Fund/ITPC
Email:watagcoordination@gmail.com
Tel: +225 08...
Positive prevention approach and strategy
Four intervention level
- Individually focused health promotion
- Community mobi...
How do you work on and approach positive
prevention? (Practical examples of what works
and does not work).
Individual empo...
Challenges in integrating positive
prevention with existing program
-Positive prevention is seen as prevention reserved
ex...
What are the priorities when linking positive
prevention with treatment, support and care
activities?
Treat Literacy
Human...
Experiences of implementing positive
prevention amongst key populations (1)
Building a strong PLWHA network to link
people...
Experiences of implementing positive
prevention amongst key populations (2)
Environmental: addressing stigma through
ambas...
GRACIAS
MERCI
СПАСИБО
THANK YOU!!
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  1. 1. Sylvere BUKIKI West Africa Regional Coordinator HIV Collaborative Fund/ITPC Email:watagcoordination@gmail.com Tel: +225 08 95 6621/+225 46 95 00 95 PLACING POSITIVE PREVENTION WITHIN TREATMENT, SUPPORT AND CARE’
  2. 2. Positive prevention approach and strategy Four intervention level - Individually focused health promotion - Community mobilization - Scaling up, targeting and improving service & commodity delivery Advocacy, policy change & community awareness
  3. 3. How do you work on and approach positive prevention? (Practical examples of what works and does not work). Individual empowerment (literacy, build self esteem) Build strong PLWHAs organization’s capacity (positive leadership) Advocacy for universal access, Community awareness and community involvement Train and involve PLWHAs as caregivers (peer counselors) Play Watch dogs role in national programs, CCM…
  4. 4. Challenges in integrating positive prevention with existing program -Positive prevention is seen as prevention reserved exclusively to PLWHAs (Why is the burden on people living with HIV?) - PLWHAs are responsible of HIV transmission (What would be the impact of positive prevention in legal environment where criminalization is in place) Positive prevention concept contribute to the stigmatization/discrimination of PLWHAs Positive prevention focus on people who know their status (what will happen on the 90% who do not know their status)
  5. 5. What are the priorities when linking positive prevention with treatment, support and care activities? Treat Literacy Human Rights Education Sexual and Reproductive Rights of PLWHAs No criminalization law (shared responsibility of HIV transmission) VCT program including PMTCT Universal access
  6. 6. Experiences of implementing positive prevention amongst key populations (1) Building a strong PLWHA network to link people to ressources : ADA Process (from the name of the first PLWHA organization set up by using this approach) works on three levels: Individual: building self-esteem, acceptance, knowledge, skills through: Analysis of the impact of vulnerabilities and stigma Participatory assessment Shared solution finding and decision making Organization: capacity building, mentoring
  7. 7. Experiences of implementing positive prevention amongst key populations (2) Environmental: addressing stigma through ambassador-of-hope missions, advocacy, media ADA Process leads to: Validation/ valorisation of the individual Autonomy (Empowerment of PLWHA from passive beneficiary to active partner) Positive leadership Experience from West Africa (Burkina Faso & Côte d’Ivoire)
  8. 8. GRACIAS MERCI СПАСИБО THANK YOU!!
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