Our programs are designed from research and needs assessment. The interventions and mitigation efforts are tailored to alleviate suffering of adolescent and young people living with HIV.The organization promotes sexual reproductive health rights of adolescent and young people through;
The project is funded by Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and AYARHEP is a sub recipient of AIDSFond. It aims on the successes and experience from the previous Access Knowledge and Services (ASK) and Unite for Body Rights (UFBR) projects. Our unique benefit is our ability to address the multitude of factors and actors influencing young people’s SRHR using a multi-component approach.
The program has been implemented since 2016. The project has directly reach to over 2,500 1200 Adolescent and young people and indirectly to over 10,000 AYP with Sexual reproductive health and rights information.
The organization have champion for provision of sexuality education and information, Advocating of quality youthfriendly SRH services and building support for youth SRHR by addressing socio-cultural and political barriers in terms of practices norms and policies.
The project is funded by Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and AYARHEP is a sub recipient of AIDSFond. It aims at supporting community organizations to uphold the rights of populations most affected by HIV and engage in effective advocacy, generate robust evidence and develop meaningful policy solutions. In Kenya the project is implemented by PITCH Alliance network.
The program has been implemented since 2016.The project focus on capacity strengthening on adolescent , girls and young women and so far the program have trained over 1200 Adolescent , girls and young women and engaged with government in developing legislative frameworks on HIV response recording success in leading advocacy on provision of Dolutegravir to girls of reproductive age.
The project is funded by SIDA and HIVOS facilitates the grant from SIDA. The project is implemented in four countries Zambia, Malawi, South Africa and in Kenya AYARHEP is the lead partner.
Accountability International manages the grant on behalf of HIVOs and support countries partners to advocate for accountability on their sexual and reproductive health and rights
This is a pilot project supported by Aidsfond, a project adopting step care model to reach out to adolescent and young people with online interventions. The project leverage on strengthen existing platform and in Kenya AYARHEP implemented the project with LVCT Health.
The project aim to reach out to adolescent and young people in Siaya , Kisumu , Kilifi , Nairobi and Mombasa and it geared strengthening one to one website and adopts offline activities to mobilize and engage adolescent and young people to effective adhere to medication.
The project is coordinated by Aidsfond and lead by former Executive Director Louise Van Deth’s who is the patron of the fund drive for well-wishers to support AYARHEP reach out to adolescent and girls living with HIV .The program strengthen on existing GUSO and PITCH project through support of capacity strengthen programs for religious leaders , local administration in enhancing enabling environment for adolescent and young people living with HIV .
The program is started on 2019 and its on-ongoing thanks to well-wishers from Netherland supporting the Louise fond fund project.
The fund is managed by the AYARHEP youth advisory council and so far it currently supporting stipends for peer educators , supporting 20 females religious leaders program and sports outreach programs.