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iNGO Project

Burnet Institute (Macfarlane Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health) (BI)

Young Male Peer Education Project

Last updated:2012-07-24 08:54:38

Goal: to promote the adoption of safe sexual behaviour and increase the uptake of STI treatment services by young men in Vientiane Capital who engage in high risk sexual behaviour, including male-male sex.

Specific objectives:

The main approach of the project is peer education to ensure a comprehensive mode of delivery to the target group.

The project received an extension for one more year funded by PACT (previously funded by USAID) to be implemented in three phases. During the first phase a new group of 27 peer educators (all young men who have sex with men) were trained for outreach activites focused on promoting knowledge abot HIV and other STIs, safer sex options, and referral for diagnosis and treatment for STIs. The project will extend existing activities such as outreach work and peer discussions. Also, additional efforts will be made to reinforce the referral system.



Project Start Date Project End Date Current Project Phase Current Phase Start Current Phase End Project Operational Budget
Jun 30th 2005 Sep 30th 2010 Oct 1st 2008 Sep 30th 2009 0


Project Coordinator Project Partners


burnet@laotel.com
There are no partners specified


Provinces and districts of project activity:

Provinces Districts
Vientiane Municipality - Chanthabuly - Hadxaifong - Sikhottabong - Sisattanak - Xaysettha

Sectors and sub-sectors of project activity:

Sectors Sub-sectors
Health Care - Health Education & Training - STD / HIV / AIDS

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