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Procurement and handover of water based lubricants.
04/07/17

As part of the Global Fund (GF) project in implementation, ACHAP implements a module addressing males who have sex with males (MSMs) as a key affected population. Among the key activities is the provision of information and education, condoms and lubricants. The lubricants are water based and ...

ACHAP trains SADC Civil Society Organisations
12/06/17

ACHAP conducted three TB in the Mining Sector in Southern Africa (TIMS) workshops at Johannesburg, South Africa during the week beginning 22nd May 2017. Participants at the workshops were from Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Government Ministries, Mining Associations and Chamber of Mines ...

Kapeng shares his Circumcision Journey
28/04/17

Tumelo Kapeng a 16 year old Form 1 student from Dithejwane Junior Secondary School bred in Mmaothate Village in Kweneng West shared his journey to making the decision to circumcise. The story is told from the day he first learnt about circumcision to the day the procedure was performed.

Kapeng, says, “I never paid much attention to Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision messages as I thought it had nothing...

Key Populations: Mapping & Size Estimation
03/04/17

Botswana has suffered severe developmental drawbacks as a result of HIV & AIDS since the mid-1980s however to date the southern African country has made remarkable recovery in improving the health and well-being of its citizens. Botswana managed through several public health initiatives that include being the first in Africa to provide free anti-retroviral therapy to all its citizens. This has positioned Botswana well to achieve the UNAIDS “90-90-90 Treatment...

ACHAP takes SMC to rural Botswana
10/03/2017

Driving along the muddy and wet roads for long distances are just part of the Francistown SMC team’s daily routine. The team comprised of Ofentse Seosenyeng, an Assistant Programme officer who mobilises for Safe Male Circumcision (SMC), along Nametsagang Moendambele, a driver and Iponeng Tiro-Kebonye who is a HIV Testing and SMC Counsellor. They are determined to take SMC services to the hard to reach areas...


Community System Strengthening makes a difference 27/02/17

Community conversation is an interactive process which brings together members of the community under one roof. This process encourages the community to think, discuss and explore the main causes and underlying issues behind their health problems in their respective communities. ACHAP’s Community System Strengthening module under the Global Fund is supporting the process of facilitating conversations within various communities in Botswana...

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