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Project Status For:PO# S-17-144: Strengthening Election Administration and Civic participation for people with disabilities in Zimbabwe., NASCOH completes 4-year HIV and AIDS project

Project Description

NASCOH has successfully completed a 4-year project on HIV and AIDS running under the theme “Addressing critical gaps in HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support for people with disabilities in Zimbabwe” in which it trained 1 700 people with disabilities in 30 districts in all of Zimbabwe’s 10 provinces. People with disabilities were trained in HIV prevention, literacy and adherence and as HIV and AIDS counsellors. The full report is available here.

Project Timing

  • Start Date: 09-11-2017
  • Predicted End: 03-31-2018

Current Tasks

None

Current Holds

None

Project Overview and Overall Progress

20% 20% PROJECT SUMMARY

The project on Strengthening Election Administration and civic participation for people with disabilities in Zimbabwe was coordinated by the National Association of Societies for the Care of the Handicapped (NASCOH) working in partnership with 8 Provincial Officers (POs) from its member organisations.

40% 40%QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS

Following the inception activities that debuted with a flurry of social media, BVR orientation and monitoring workshops conducted by IFES and other strategic partners, which afforded NASCOH an opportunity to sensitive the IFES consortium on the need to mainstream disability in all their projects, activities, plans and policies.

60% 60%ANALYSIS OF PEOPLE REACHED

The specifics of people reached with target-group and peer reinforcement messages to encourage them to register to vote is captured in the following tables and pie charts.

80% 80%DISTRICT SUMMARY

The district summary details of the implementation of the activities in all the 16 districts, which captures the total number of people per district, disaggregated by gender, media outreach tool used,