TNW+ in collaboration with Tanzania Health Promotion Support [THPS] with the financial support from UNAIDS implemented a project on Cervical Cancer Prevention Advocacy and Community Mobilization for Women Living with HIV and AIDS comprises the
whole districts of Kigoma , Pwani and Mtwara regions respectivelly. The objective was to increase
the uptake of Cervical Cancer Screening and Prevention Services [CECAP] among women living
with HIV and AIDS in Tanzania.
The project aimed in building capacities of key and vulnerable populations in Tanzania with respect to Men having sex with men, female sex workers and drug users to align themselves with government regulations focusing on health and reproductive approaches in accessing health services in different areas across the country.
The project was intended to
1. To strengthen capacity of key population to advocate for additional resources from global fund, Municipal Councils and other funding platforms to address the Sexual reproductive health rights, Hepatitis B and C, HIV/TB care, treatment and prevention gaps by 31st December, 2016.
2. To support key population to analyse and track the Global fund, PEPFAR resources, National Sexual reproductive health, Hepatitis B and C, HIV/TB budget and advocate the allocation of resources at national decision making platform.
This project targeted Women and Girls in three wards of Ilala district in Dar-Es-Salaam region. Its primary objective was to impart lobbying and advocacy skills to WLWHA and GLWHA on looking for their rights. TNW+ received fund implement this six month project from the Foundation for Civil Society.
Target groups: PLHIV, CSW, MSM, Lesbian and deaf people
Areas of the project: 3 slums of Dar es Salaam – Manzese, Kiwalani and Tandale
Aim: Promoting the improvement of access of prevention treatment and care services to people affected by HIV and AIDS especially the deaf, CSW, MSM and Lesbian.
The project reached 11,000 secondary school Youth and out of school Youth in seven districts of
Shinyanga – Rural and Urban, Tabora – Municipal, Sikonge, Urambo , Nzega, Simiyu – Maswa
training them on sexual and reproductive health, behavior change and life skills.
This project was funded by TIDES foundation . Primary objective was to empower TOTs of Manyara district in Arusha and women groups in Litembo hospital Mbinga district in Ruvuma with knowledge and skills on proper use of ARV and adherence to treatment train.
This project was conducted by TNW+ with facilitation from SIPAA/Action AIDS/TACAIDS and was based in Arusha. Its primary objective was to empower 100 HIV positive women on developing strategic plan for their groups.
This was 12 months project funded by GFTAM . Primary objective was to increase the number of VCT centers and TB treatment access to rural and urban Iringa region. TNW+ in collaboration with CHACS in the respective target areas sensitized PLHA on treatment and encourages them to access the service at CTCs.