REPORT ON THE SAVE METHODOLOGY TRAINING WORKSHOP

Date of completion: 18.11.2021

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Description:

The number of young people with HIV/AIDS has been on the rise in Africa. Among young people, i.e. ages 10-24, the infections have tripled in number. This rise is only being seen within this age group. There is therefore a need to interrogate and address this matter with a sense of urgency since the barge of young people within this age group can translate to a further increase in infections even among other age groups.

For this reason INERELA+ Kenya, in partnership with other religious communities, organizations, government and non-governmental organizations, has been heavily involved in the advocacy of the SAVE framework and methodology advocacy in Kenya, which seeks to tackle various HIV/AIDS issues i.e. prevention and treatment, stigma, and advocacy. This is in line with their mission statement which is: To equip, empower and engage religious leaders living with and personally affected by HIV to live positively and openly as agents of hope and change in and beyond their faith communities.

The three day training which took place from 16th November 2021 to 18th November 2021 aimed at achieving the following objectives:

  •  Capacity build Adolescents and Young People and Young Religious Leaders with SAVE methodology, to enable them influence the community through their congregational response.
  • Creation of SAVE champions for the purpose of advocacy.
  • Formation of Faith Based Organizations (FBOs) task force that can implement the SAVE action plans

The details of the training are outlined in the attached report.

https://www.inerelakenya.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/INERELA-KENYA-REPORT-ON-THE-SAVE-METHODOLOGY-TRAINING-WORKSHOP-IN-KASARANI-SUB-COUNTY-NAIROBI-1.pdf

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