Yana Panfilova, the founder of the Teenergizer movement, spoke at the plenary session of the International AIDS Conference! She told 4 personal stories of young people living with HIV. Good morning, My name is Yana,
My name is Grace Kumanda. I work in an organization in Malawi called Pacacherry which literally means «Under a fear tree» — because we talk about things people are not comfortable to talk about: sexism, early marriages and sex-work.
In August 2017, Teenergizer teams from Poltava, Kiev, Tbilisi, Kazan and St. Petersburg met in Armenia to participate in the first regional strategic planning. As a result, "Strategy of Teenergizer of 2020" was created.
From the 31st of October until 4th of November Teenergizer held its First National forum with international participation in Kiev. The Forum’s goals were a creation of a universal platform, unified youth power for
We offer you a "Rapid assessment of the needs in the provision of services to children affected by HIV/AIDS in the South Caucasus", to identify the most important needs in the provision of services and prepare an action plan to address these needs the main objective...
This Report provides a situation analysis of services provided to HIV positive adolescents in Ukraine to meet their health, emotional and psychological needs. This Report has been within the UNICEF supported project «Strengthening of Service Providing Community Networks and Leadership Skills of Adolescents Affected by HIV/AIDS».
Новый доклад ЮНЭЙДС «Ускорение мер: подход к ВИЧ-инфекции на основе жизненного цикла человека» показывает, что страны активизировали свои усилия – спустя всего шесть месяцев, в период с января по июнь 2016 года, доступ к лечению