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The organization in partnership with International Law Development Organization [IDLO] is implementing a project (Integrating Legal Empowerment and social accountability for Quality HIV Health services for AGYW) DREAMS LESA+ in the district of Mukono and Gomba. This is aimed at strengthening the capacity of communities to improve quality of HIV related Health services for adolescents Girls and Young Women (AGYW) through the use of Legal empowerment and social accountability strategies.

As part of our advocacy and mobilization interventions under this project, we plan to use key messages to appeal to our target audience.  We hereby submit these to the HIV/AIDS Message Clearance and Harmonization Committee  at Uganda AIDS Commission  for approval.

 

Key messages for the project include;

 

        I.            STAND UP AGAINST HIV – Make HIV services Available, Accessible, Affordable and Acceptable to adolescent girls and young women.

 

      II.            Legal Empowerment and Social Accountability for Quality HIV Health Services for Adolescent girls and young women

 

    III.            STAND UP AGAINST HIV– Improve access to quality HIV health care service delivery for Adolescent Girls and Young Women.

 

 Messages for specific target audiences;

 

Target Audience

Messages

 Channel

Adolescent girls and young women between the ages of 15 and 24.

 

 Stand up for your rights. Demand access to quality HIV related services.

 

Access to information on HIV &AIDS is a fundamental right.

 

 Speak out against Sexual Gender Based Violence in your community to enable AGYW achieve their DREAMS.

 

 I am a DREAM girl, it's my right to demand for quality HIV services.

 

 

Dialogue

 Meetings / trainings

 Radio talk shows

AGYW peer educators/  Community Health Advocates

 

 

  AGYW Health Rights are Human Rights. Advocate for their access to quality HIV related services.

 

 She wants to stay a HIV free girl. Allow her LIVE her DREAMS.

Dialogue

 Meetings / trainings

 Radio talk shows

Local/village (community-based) health committees, and service providers

 

Allow AGYW a chance to live their DREAM

 

Ensure access to safe spaces and empowering information by AGYW.

 

 Support AGYW with medical evidence in Sexual Gender Based Violence cases. It's their right.

Dialogue

 Meetings / trainings

 Radio talk shows, social media platforms

Justice and police officials

 

Protect the rights of AGYW. Ensure justice in Sexual Gender Based Violence and HIV &AIDS related cases.

Dialogue

 Meetings / trainings

 Radio talk shows, social media platforms

Community leaders

Promote and Protect the rights of AGYW.

Dialogue

 Meetings / trainings

 Radio talk shows

Parents and Care givers

Reach out to justice officials in case of violation of AGYW rights

 

Utilize the formal and informal justice system to  claim redress for  Sexual Gender  Based Violence rights violations.

Dialogue

 Meetings / trainings

 Radio talk shows

National level state institutions

Advocate for rights of AGYW to access to quality) HIV related services.

 

Advocate for rights of AGYW to access justice in cases of violations of their rights.

 

Access to justice is a right. Allow AGYW enjoy this right.

 

Dialogue, Meetings, radio talk shows, social media