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We Need DSD now more than Ever!

Tinashe Zezai (M&E @ BHASO)     05:43  No comments
In solidarity with AVAC: global advocates for HIV prevention to end AIDS. Follow this link
  We Need DSD now more than ever! for more information on the ever increasing need for Differentiated deliver Services.

Clients having a health talk before getting their resupplies at an Outreach Site in Mwenezi.

Outreach Clinic support has always been very useful in reaching out to the hard to reach communities with HIV and other health services. Some ART clients however would still have to travel unbearable long distances (10-15km) to access services at the Outreach Site. The model, while crucial in itself has prooved to be not economically effective due to its need for financial and human resources. In recent years, such  necessities has led to innovation in modelling of best practices and methods of enhancing ART coverage and adherence for ART clients in hard to reach areas. These include the new born baby Out of Facility Community ART Distribution which Medicin Sans Frontiers piloted with BHASO as an implementing partner with the support of the Ministry of Health and Child Care and is now up for scaling up to other sites, districts and Provinces.  

ART clients in hard to reach areas need your support..! 


Tinashe Zezai (M&E @ BHASO)     01:16  No comments
In a bid to contribute to the achievement of the global 90,90,90 targets for ending AIDS by 2030 BHASO embarked on a campaign goal for taking medication to the community through the Out of Facility Community ART Distribution model. The advocacy work involved engaging Ministry of Health and Child Care, Global Fund 2020 proposal writing team, PEPFAR COP 2020, PEPFAR implementing partners and other key stakeholders. 
The campaign was successful and the  OFCAD model was included for scale up under the Zimbabwe PEPFAR COP 2020 as well as Global Fund  proposal  for  2021 funding. For a full description of the trajectory to this great achievement please refer to the attached report.
Many thanks to the COMPASS Africa team for the financial and technical support.  

Resilience Follow up Visit

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Drainage System -Mutimurefu Prison
During the visit BHASO field officers met with 2 inmates (males), 2 farm managers (males), 1 clinical nurse (female) and the correctional facility Second Officer in-Charge to discuss the progress that has been made pertaining to the resilience of the nutrition garden. From the training on natural category the production was being affected by water logging and on the action plan the plan was to construct a drainage system that would drain excess water from the field. The drainage system was constructed and it is serving the purpose. 

Ex-Inmates IGAs Support Kits Distribution

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Tafadzwa Jokochoko(squatting) receiving a 5kw water pump and a 40m waterpipe as his IGAs starter pack.Flanked to the left is BHASO senior driver and Tafadzwa`s famiy members.

Batanai HIV/AIDS Service Organisation (BHASO) in partnership with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) has been implementing the Prison Health project from April 2015 which has a component of rehabilitation and reintegration to reduce chances of recidivism.The project taps into existing ex-inmates IGAs and provide equipment and relevant education to boost the levels of production  to economically empower ex-inmates. The plan will ensure ex-inmates IGAs continue to perform and deliver project benefits to the primary actors after funding has been terminated.