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Jul 7, 2020

Covid-19 & Programmes

Monitoring & Evaluation Meeting
Monitoring & Evaluation Meeting

With the new normal way of conducting programs taking shape in our communities, the first monitoring and evaluation meeting of coaches was held at VAP offices. The meeting which was held in turns with a minimal number of coaches in attendance focused on strategic and innovative ways of conducting programs through various channels including: home based interventions, setting up of toll-free numbers for pyscho-social and mental health support for program participants and other online programming for vocational training participants and placements for apprenticeship participants.

Home-Based Interventions

 With Covid-19 having slowed down many activities across the globe, innovation is creeping in in different ways.VAP’s program interventions have taken a new dimension with the adaptation of Home-based interventions. Coaches are tasked to handle a sizeable number of participants from their respective neighborhoods while adhering and observing the guidelines of Covid-19. As a bonus to the focused program information, participants are taught about the awareness and preventive measures of Covid-19.

Pyscho-Social Support

 As one way of making sure that participants continue receiving vital information concerning health issues including: mental health support, family planning, and a full psycho social support, VAP has established Toll-Free numbers for participants to call. This will curb the rising cases of teen pregnancies and women violence as a result of Covid-19 pandemic restrictions. The lines have been created due to the absence of enough spaces for conversations surrounding, reproductive health topics, contraceptives, sexual debut, etc. Part of the conversations with the participants surround covid-19 prevention information.

Home-Based Interventions
Home-Based Interventions
Psycho-Social Support
Psycho-Social Support
Jul 7, 2020

Covid-19 & Programmes

Monitoring & Evaluation Meeting
Monitoring & Evaluation Meeting

With the new normal way of conducting programs taking shape in our communities, the first monitoring and evaluation meeting of coaches was held at VAP offices. The meeting which was held in turns with a minimal number of coaches in attendance focused on strategic and innovative ways of conducting programs through various channels including: home based interventions, setting up of toll-free numbers for pyscho-social and mental health support for program participants and other online programming for vocational training participants and placements for apprenticeship participants.

Pyscho-Social Support

As one way of making sure that participants continue receiving vital information concerning health issues including: mental health support, family planning, and a full psycho social support, VAP has established Toll-Free numbers for participants to call. This will curb the rising cases of teen pregnancies and women violence as a result of Covid-19 pandemic restrictions. The lines have been created due to the absence of enough spaces for conversations surrounding, reproductive health topics, contraceptives, sexual debut, etc. Part of the conversations with the participants surround covid-19 prevention information.

 Home-Based Interventions

With Covid-19 having slowed down many activities across the globe, innovation is creeping in in different ways.VAP’s program interventions have taken a new dimension with the adaptation of Home-based interventions. Coaches are tasked to handle a sizeable number of participants from their respective neighborhoods while adhering and observing the guidelines of Covid-19. As a bonus to the focused program information, participants are taught about the awareness and preventive measures of Covid-19.

Psycho-Social Support
Psycho-Social Support
Home-Based Interventions
Home-Based Interventions
Apr 30, 2020

Mrembo Girl Helps VAP Fight Covid-19

Rose making masks at VAP offices
Rose making masks at VAP offices

VAP’s Employment +Entrepreneurship project participant who is pursuing ‘tailoring course’ as part of her vocational training has been in the forefront of curbing the spread of covid-19 by making masks. Supported by VAP, the masks are distributed through door to door visits in communities where VAP participants reside. The mask distribution is supplementing soap distribution and food stuff that has been going on in various communities."Am happy to join the rest of the world in fighting covid-19 by utilizing my course experience of tailoring to make masks and distribute for free.I thank all the dononations made to VAP for making this possibel.My goal is to produce 300 masks per day and am appealing to all well wishers to help VAP by making any kind of donation that would support thousands and thousands of girls and youth that VAP serves here in Nairobi." Said 19 years old Rose.

 
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