30 people living with HIV in deplorable conditions of life within the bordering zones of Lomé will benefit from programs which will aim to prevent AIDS and give them educational and psychosocial support. Moreover, the program will give them support to begin income-raising activities.
After a survey of 17 people living with HIV in Adamavo in June 2011, the challenge which arises is how to help these people who have clearly been living in extremely deplorable conditions improve themselves financially and psychologically.
This project will improve the quality of life of the people living with HIV within the bordering regions of Lomé through firstly, providing financial support and secondly, providing social and psychological support. This will be achieved through the home visits which will educate the community and prevent further cases of HIV, the training program for people living with HIV, the support for income-raising activities and forming support groups between the people.
We will support income generating activities of ten people living with HIV. These beneficiaries would each month to allow a quotte hand to support income generating activities of other people living with HIV