Combating HIV/AIDS (HAPP I)


    The HAPP I project originally consisted of expanding the scope of a social marketing programme financed by USAID. A social security component was added in 2008. HAPP II included the prevention of gender-specific violence, HIV/AIDS and unwanted pregnancies as well as strengthening the courses of action and the social position of women and girls. The FC contribution was used to finance condoms and in particular measures to promote positive changes in behaviour – related to the prevention of HIV/AIDS and the reduction of stigmatisation and discrimination. Starting in 2008/2009, the social security component provided support for particularly disadvantaged sections of the population by means of an Impact Mitigation Fund (IMF) and integrated health education and measures against gender-specific violence as well as genital mutilation. The IMF supportedspecific measures at village level to improve the living conditions of vulnerable target groups and to strengthen women’s rights.

    Overall rating: 4

    Is based on:

    Relevance: 2
    Effectiveness: 4
    Efficiency: 4
    Impact: 3
    Sustainability: 4

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    Country:Sierra Leone
    Sector:Health & Population
    Budget funds: 4.000.000 €
    Total funds:4.000.000 €
    Year of project completion:

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