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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Engaging Parents in Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse and Sexual Risk Behaviors Targeting Youth: Scaling up the Implementation of Families Matter in the United Republic of Tanzania under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)
The goal of this program in Tanzania is to implement evidence based interventions to reduce HIV transmission in vulnerable youth populations at high risk as well as to strengthen social support and linkages between HIV prevention, PMTCT, care and treatment services.
The purpose of this FOA is to invite organizations to support the continuing scale up and implementation of a parent-focused intervention, Families Matter and introduce a Gender Based Violence (GBV)/Child sexual Abuse (CSA) module into the FMP program. Families Matter is an evidence-based intervention for parents or guardians of adolescents and pre-adolescents designed to promote positive parenting and effective parent-child communication about comprehensive HIV prevention and service uptake, child sexual abuse, and sexual risk reduction. The program is currently being implemented in two regions in Southern zone and is expected to be scaled up to other regions in the lake zone in Tanzania.
Deadline: Apr. 1, 2013
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Medical - Basic Science; Social Sciences; International Opportunities.
External Deadline: 4/1/2013
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