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Community workshop

Impacts of COVID-19 have greatly interrupted access to HIV services for key populations. This has led to more economic uncertainty, behaviour that increases vulnerability, experiences of stigma and personal violence. Community outreach and traditional peer outreach approaches, which have been the norm in service delivery, have been disrupted. This workshop will look at the work of the Bar Hostess Empowerment and Support Programme (BHESP) in Kenya. Set up for and by sex workers, BHESP has prioritized a differentiated service delivery model to move toward achieving the UNAIDS 95-95-95 targets during the COVID-19 pandemic. BHESP is guided by the key principle of client involvement, providing an alternative, stigma-free and needs-oriented service delivery model.


14:15
60 min
Workshop
Doreen MORACHA, Esa youth, Kenya
Josephine ACHIENG, Bar Hostess Empowerment and Support Programme, Kenya