Train vulnerable youth to cope with the HIV / AIDS epidemic; Training of young peer educators personal skills; Raise young people's awareness of risky sexual behavior and HIV / AIDS infections. Distributing condoms to reduce high prevalence among vulnerable youth; theaters, sketches, music on HIV / AIDS, non-discrimination, non-stigma and other cultural activities, anonymous and free voluntary counseling service and support for HIV-positive youth.
Kingabwa, Kisensu, maluku, matadi kibala, especially: the remote environment overwhelms a very important crowd of the province of Kinshasa, the sexuality is extreme intense, unbridled at any price, young people live there in conditions of indescribable precariousness, sexuality is a sources of income for multiple young people Girls, no access to prevention, no access to information, care, screening; The HIV prevalence rate is very high, every day new cases of infections are compatible.
Fighting HIV / AIDS in youth settings: in order to ensure responsible sexuality and a lower risk of HIV / AIDS, condom use increased from 10% to 70% among boys and 5% to 70% among girls. 80% engage in negotiated and protected sex - The acquisition of the personal knowledge and skills of improved youth will contribute to the reduction of risky sexual behavior: - Availability of training tools. The young people's knowledge of their HIV status, the youth against HIV/AIDS themselves.
The impact of the project is guaranteed, given that this project will be a workable project for young people and young people and will also mobilize youth who have not been reached to reach 30,000 young people. Young peer educators, young people trained and those sensitized will continue the activities of the project. These young people have joined with young people who are HIV-positive and others to reach a large number.