Chak a Chaka Learning Exercise

Since 2016, PATH has been implementing DREAMS to keep adolescent girls and young women ages 9 to 24 years old HIV-free by providing them with critical, cross-cutting services aimed to prevent HIV acquisition. From 2020–2023, the PATH-led Chak a Chaka project provided DREAMS graduates with further opportunities to save, build, and employ entrepreneurial skills and create supportive and sustainable networks that protect their health and wellbeing, and that of their children and families. This learning exercise report, based on end-of-project focus group discussions with Chak a Chaka participants, provides lessons learned and best practices from Chak a Chaka to inform future integrated economic-HIV prevention interventions for DREAMS-graduated and other young women in Kenya.

Publication date: July 2023

Chak a Chaka Learning Exercise Report

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