The Girl’s ACT is a multi-institutional drive that primarily aims to scale up the uptake of HIV/AIDS services and other connected support services.
The Girl’s ACT is a multi-institutional drive that primarily aims to scale up the uptake of HIV/AIDS services and other connected support services. Girl’s ACT is locally dubbed as “Girls Kisoboka” meaning “It’s Possible for too” which is primarily a young woman and adolescent girl’s drive targeting this population sub-group, 12-24 years of age, from all walks of life. However, considering that YWAG does not live in a vacuum, this campaign will secondarily target their families and young men especially those aged 12 -24 years from all walks of life, from different socioeconomic groupings and dwellings.
The execution of this campaign will primarily be carried out by collaborating HIV Service Delivery Organizations, Youth-Focused Organizations, Media Houses, and Corporate Companies all under the stewardship of AIDS Healthcare Foundation – Uganda Cares. All campaign activities will be collectively planned, designed, financially supported and implemented by AHF-Uganda Cares in collaboration with Public Health Ambassadors Uganda (PHAU) with support from other partners.