Name of the activity: Do you know your HIV Status?

Country/NMO: Togo (AEMP-Togo)

Program: HIV/AIDS & Other STIs

Contact information: [email protected]

Type of the activity: Capacity Building (Training or Workshop). Teaching and develop knowledge, skills and techniques in a particular field. While training can have any form, workshops are more formal and also include exchange of information between participants.

General description:

-The stands have been improvised at the Faculty of Health Sciences (FSS) of the University of Lomé.

-Sentivilization of students in their different amphi on the university campus on the theme: Knowing his HIV status, we have speakers talk briefly of HIV (what it is, transmission channels, prevention) and then encourage them to come to the FSS to receive free condoms and show them using a wooden model and a penis in wood, how the good weapon of female-female

-condom and the end of the condom workshops were distributed as well as leaflets on HIV / AIDS

Focus area:

Sensibiliser les etudiants de l’université de lomé sur les IST, le VIH/ Sida et demonstration du port de preservatif tant masculin que feminin

Problem statement:

It is to note that HIV infection is still a public health problem. By this activity we still wanted once again aware of the youth consciousness (students) on the risks they run by unprotected sex and also show us the steps of a good condom (male and feminine). December 4 We have aware of nearly 600 students and their distributor condoms and leaflets on which were hated, HIV, transmission channels and also how to prevent this infection.

Target groups:

Medical students, Other Students, Youth

Beneficiaries:

General population, Youth

Objectives and indicators of success:

.-Onthoremines: Raiseware of HIV / AIDS, demonstration on the good port of condoms, encourage young people (students) to healthy and responsible sexuality.

-Onuxual conditions: not measurable.

-Onable achievements.

-Onimities Limited: we could not evaluate

Methodology:

-The stands have been improvised at the Faculty of Health Sciences (FSS) of the University of Lomé.

-Sentivilization of students in their different amphi on the university campus on the theme: Knowing his HIV status.

Plans for evaluation:

No follow-up as such in but in the two stands, in addition to demonstrations and others. There have been questions of questions answer to assess whether the message is well or not. And we were satisfied with our answers (answers received from sensitized students)