PPSAC - HIV/AIDS Prevention in Central Africa, Phase VI
Based on the results of the previous phases, Phase VI of the Projet Prévention VIH/SIDA en Afrique Centrale (PPSAC) emphasizes continuity, but at the same time refocus certain main lines of activity. The project focuses on the social marketing of male condoms, on a limited number of target groups for communication around the theme of HIV/AIDS, notably young people aged 15 to 24, and on reducing the stigmatization of People Living with HIV/AIDS by the population. Aligned with these two objectives, phase VI of the PPSAC provides for the following 3 outputs (cor-responding to expected results):
- Output 1: Access to condoms is improved.
- Output 2: The target group's knowledge of and attitudes towards HIV/AIDS and sexuality are improved.
- Output 3: The population is made aware of the rights of People Living with HIV/AIDS.
The project is implemented by the "Organisation de Coordination pour la lutte contre les endémies en Afrique Centrale (OCEAC)" and covers five countries of the CEMAC region: Cameroun, Congo Brazaville, Gabon, Central African Republic and Tchad. Swiss TPH acts as regional consultant to OCEAC assisting the agency in the implementation of the project