Established Peer to peer groups that create peer to peer Sexual Reproductive Health and Right SRHR sensitization by using Tell a friend (TAF) method.
Trained 23 mothers on Mothers to Daughter method (M2D), to educate their adolescents girls from age (10-19 years) on SRHR.
Through capacity building, established and strengthened the AYP structures in Health facilities, Ministry of education, and the local government emirate area to promote access to quality services .
Established three friendly condom collection sites for AYPs to freely access Condoms.
Over 12, 000 AYPs have been sensitized on HIV and undergone HTS, had received their results and know their status.
21 AYPs were given escort service and access care, support and treatment.
FAROF has built a strong alliance with both the government ministries and the network of young people to campaign against stigma and discrimination to conduct world AIDS day 2017 for Kaduna state.
Over 7000 young people reached with male/female condoms through the National Youth Service Corps scheme. It serves as one of FAROF most comprehensive youth focused intervention initiative in the northern west region, Nigeria. The coverage is expanding speedily through peer to peer condom distribution methodology.
Trained 10 corps member as demand creators for peer to peer condom distribution and reproductive health and HIV prevention orientation.
FAROF Management in 2016 established a unit for Adolescents and Young People AYP in order to coordinate the implementation of the national action plan.
Community dialogue with relevant stakeholders in 55 communities has empowered members to make informed decisions and provide support to Adolescents and young people (AYP) infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS.
31 AYP Household infected/affected trained on enterprise development and empowered are financially stable to fend for their families and access treatment
Established 2 AYP supportive forum/group that helps AYPs affected/infected with HIV systematic manage their physical, social, emotional, mental and spiritual needs.
Family and society plays a key role to ensuring AYPs are center of focus and working together to enhance the reduction of stigma and discrimination.
Identified 400 AYPs who were living a risky behaviour and could not access treatment or lost to follow-up are channel back to access services.
12 victims of sexual violence were referred for psychosocial services and monitored.
5 households enrolled into a savings scheme(village savings and Loan Association VSLA) are financially free.
In 2017 FAROF established a functional 3 stakeholders partnership forum aimed to provide an enabling environment for AYPs.
Sexual Reproductive Health Training For Community Adolescents And Young People AYPS
Peer To Peer Session Of AYP On How To Use The Tell A Friend Method (TAF)
28 AYP Trained As HIVTesters And Counsellors
Capacity Building Training For 22 Ayps On Female And Male Condom Usage By The AYP Senior Program Associate
Playlet By AYPS To Demostrate Peer Group Supervision