Register now for this webinar series that explores the findings of research on early and unintended pregnancy and examines the implications for SRHR programmes and advocacy.
Mzantsi Wakho is part of the Young Carers South Africa research group, based at the Universities of Oxford and Cape Town. The research group conducts quantitative and qualitative research to generate evidence that informs social policy and intervention design on the best ways to care for and support young people and families living in AIDS-affected communities in South Africa.
Although HIV should now be a manageable condition, fewer than half of the children needing treatment are receiving it. This session—chaired by Lucie Cluver—will demonstrate the missed chances for HIV prevention and the opportunities for improving AIDS-free survival among children and adolescents across their lifetime.
Date and time: Wednesday 25 July, 16:30 - 18:00
This high-level forum will stimulate dialogue on the extent to which nascent, country-owned responses have elevated AGYW participation in the national and regional discourse; showcase innovative campaigns to galvanize a sustainable movement; and examine whether existing investments are sufficient to turn the tide