The TCE Prevention of HIV/AIDS in Vulnerable Populations (PHVP) in Mpumalanga project in partnership with USAID/ PEPFAR was initiated in December 2018 and is scheduled to end in December 2023. The project builds on Humana People to People South Africa’s long history of implementing large-scale HIV and TB projects in disadvantaged communities across South Africa. The project is covering 2 Districts of Ehlanzeni and Gert Sibande.

The overall goal of the program is to prevent new HIV infections within the migrant and mobile populations in targeted farming communities and informal settlements, focusing primarily on adolescent girls and young women between 10-24 years, young males 15-24 years, men and women 25-49 through combination of prevention methods described below.

HPPSA is a Prime recipient partner to USAID and contracted Hoedspruit Training Trust (HTT) as a sub recipient for Ehlanzeni District (Bushbuckridge sub-district). HTT is a community- based organization with vast experience in implementing HIV and gender based violence programs and working with migrant and mobile population in Mpumalanga.

The program used the Stepping Stones model as the basis for all program activities. Stepping Stones is a participatory methodology focusing on HIV prevention and psycho-social interventions. TCE Field Officers reached out to rural and urban youth of different age groups including children, sex workers, drug users amongst others.


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