AIDInc has implemented an evidence - based, community-led pilot project that has empowered and built skills of rural Amerindian girls and their parents and key community gatekeepers in the interior hard-to-reach regions of Guyana, to tackle violence against women and human trafficking.
The Youth Lens: The St Lucia Youth Peer Influences and Attitudes Survey
Funded by UKAID, AIDInc partnered with UNICEF and Options Consulting UK in strengthening Health and Family Life education (HFLE) in the UK Overseas territories in the Caribbean .
Overview of Objectives
HFLE Good Practice in Turks & Caicos
HFLE and sexuality training workshop in the British Virgin Islands (BVI)
AIDInc has partnered with international NGOs and National CSOs working across West Africa to build upon lessons learnt in adapting community-led and community - researched and community-designed approaches to deliver tailored programmes that empower communities to have their voices heard, improve access to needed essential goods and services according their basic human rights
AIDInc partners with UNDP in Belize to raise awareness and increase respect for Human rights. AIDInc has initiated the design process for the "Know your Laws and Rights" campaign.
Translation of findings from a formative assessment into a framework for action undertaken by the Barbados and Belize Technical Team - Sarah Adomakoh, Rodel Beltran Martha Carillo, Martine Chase & Communications consultant Cheryl Eversley
Dance4Life (D4L) Barbados. Dance4Life (D4L) Barbados. AIDInc are the founders and concept owners of the Youth Development and Leadership Programme. D4L uses novel youth-led schools and community-based approaches to design and implement action plans to tackle HIV & AIDS and other regional and global development issues through youth talent, voice, public platforms and partners. The youth advocate, implement programmes and engage their peers, teachers, community groups, private sector leaders and community actors and hold decision-makers accountable for change. D4L has delivered successful outcomes in Barbados and has expanded its reach to Belize and Guyana and beyond - sharing and adapting an emerging successful and innovative evidence informed youth empowerment model.
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6 years & Forever young
AIDInc and community partners have designed and piloted the Community Oriented Research and Empowerment (CORE) approach. This formative research has been used to inform the implementation of coordinated community-led responses in stigma reduction and promotion of respect for human rights