Published: October 25, 2012, 12:00 am
Lessons from group discussions about HIV, gender and culture. A music festival to engage youth in preventing HIV. Collaborating with parliament to reverse the course of the HIV epidemic. Involving families in an innovative approach to sexuality. Activists living with HIV fighting against the denial of the disease.
Musician Moreira Chonguiça visits schools to encourage students to participate in the SensaSons music contest.
These are some of the research and programmatic findings that PACTO (Active Prevention and Communication for All) has shared in recent months.
PACTO staff presented their groundbreaking work at the 19th International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C., the XIV Jornadas Cientificas da Saude in Maputo, Mozambique and the 5th Africa Conference on Sexual Health & Rights, Windhoek, Namibia.
PACTO’s innovative findings are outlined in the posters below.
PACTO posters presented at the 19th International AIDS Conference.PACTO posters presented at the 5th Africa Conference on Sexual Health and Rights.
PACTO posters presented at the XIV Jornadas Cientificas da Saude.