GETTING READY FOR A COMPHREHENSIVE ADOLESCENT AND YOUNG PEOPLE (AYP) PROGRAMME IN NAMIBIA
Indsatsen vedrører følgende verdensmål:
- Mål 3: Sundhed og trivsel
- Mål 5: Ligestilling mellem kønnene
- Mål 10: Mindre ulighed
- Mål 16: Fred, retfærdighed og stærke institutioner
Indsatsen foregår i følgende lande:
- Positive Vibes Trust (Namibia)
Overordnede mål :
Positive Vibes has a strategy, approaches and an implementation plan for its work with Adolescent and Young People (AYP, the 15-24 age group) in Namibia, with a focus on marginalised and stigmatised groups, e.g. young LGBT individuals, young Sex Workers (SW’s) and young People Living with HIV (PLHIV) and has initialised this work.
Umiddelbare mål :
'- The development an AYP strategy and an accompaning fundraising and implementation plan - The finalisation of a resource mobilisation training and support package for use with Positive Vibes partners
The direct target group of this intermediary strategy, capacity and partnership development intervention is PV staff, volunteers and advisors as well as a selection of representatives of the ultimate target group. Approximately 10 key individuals from PV, mainly women and LGBTI+ individuals will be directly involved Approximately 40 representatives of the ultimate target group will be involved through interviews and focus group discussions around strategy options. The ultimate target group for this collaboration is Namibian Adolescent and Young People (AYP) with a focus on marginalised and stigmatised groups, e.g. young LGBT individuals, young Sex Workers (SW’s) and young PLHIV and organisations representing these groups. The total size of the ultimate target groups is approximately 50.000 individuals, these will however not be reached in this first phase.
This intervention is an intermediary strategy-, capacity- and partnership development intervention, focused on Positive Vibes’ development of a strategy and approaches for its work with Adolescent and Young People (AYP, the 15-24 age group) in Namibia, with a focus on marginalised and stigmatised groups, e.g. young LGBT individuals, young Sex Workers (SW’s) and young People Living with HIV (PLHIV). In support of this future work, the intervention will also aim to enhance PV’s resource mobilisation capacity for its own work and its capacity and methods to support partner organisations in their resource mobilisation work. This is an intermediary intervention in three ways, in that 1) it links PVs past, albeit limited, AYP work with a strategy for a comprehensive programme approach in the future, 2) builds on PVs previous resource mobilisation training and support work, taking it to a level where it can be replicated and institutionalised, and finally 3) it links PVs and Spor Medias long, but ad hoc and mostly personal collaboration, to a strategic and institutionalised collaboration in the future.