Reflections from seven years of community-led HIV programming in Zambia
To achieve the goal of reducing new HIV infections, the USAID-funded Zambia Community HIV Prevention Project (Z-CHPP) mitigated the vulnerability of 1,933,895 at-risk girls, women, boys and men via biomedical, educational and economic strengthening interventions. This event highlighted the project's evidence-based interventions, best practices and lessons learned in one of Zambia's most extensive HIV prevention programs. Watch the recording to learn more.
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