The Partnership for an HIV-Free Generation is a global public-private partnership leveraging the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) resources and the assets of number of international and local private sector, corporations, international foundations and non-governmental organizations in the fight against AIDS.
The mission of the Partnership is to combine the core competencies of the private sector with the technical expertise of governments and other development partners in the creation and expansion of innovative and effective youth-focused HIV prevention programs in severely impacted countries.
Through pioneering approaches to promote healthy living, positive behavior change, gender equality, and links with economic skills and opportunities, the Partnership equips young people to take control of their lives and their futures. It will take HIV prevention to the next level by: combing current evidence-based prevention approaches with the private sector’s unique ability to develop and deliver effective messages that promote and maintain healthy behaviors among 10-24 year old youth; Measuring impact using a business approach that employs cutting-edge technology to collect real-time monitoring and evaluation research; and Rapidly developing and disseminating best practices to continuously inform messages and methods for comprehensive HIV-prevention.
|Location||Kenya, West Africa|