One2One Kenya - Stepped Care Model

One2One Kenya - Stepped Care Model

Project

The One2One website as part of the broader Stepped Care model contains sex-positive, pleasure-based information, tips and personal stories young people can relate to. It is interactive and provides a platform to refer young people to additional services that meet their needs. The website was collaboratively developed by LVCT Health and Aidsfonds with a joint vision: all adolescents and young people are free and able to make informed decisions that lead to healthy and happy lives in love, relationship and sexuality.

One2One is a trademark under LVCT Health in Kenya since 2006 when the organisation initiated a confidential and non-judgmental youth hotline providing quality information on HIV and SRHR. In the past years the youth brand expanded its communication channels with social media among others and currently integrates a website that was launched in 2021.

Project details

Time frame
01 August 2019 - 31 December 2021
Budget
€ 0
Active in
Kenya

Objectives

This project aims to improve health and wellbeing of adolescents and young people in Kenya by organizing and providing a stepped-care approach that:
- provides HIV, SRHR and gender-based violence information to adolescents and young people who are vulnerable and at risk of HIV
- provides online and offline psychosocial support to adolescents and young people living with HIV
- provides virtual capacity building resources to peer educators and other community-owned resource persons for effective peer education
- promotes utilization of One2one digital platform among the Kenyan youth
- enhances the capacity of One2one digital platform to provide e-health solutions to young people

Community groups

All young people in Kenya with a phone or laptop

Background

For young people, it’s often difficult to get sexual and reproductive health information and products. Sexuality education at school is mostly limited to biology. Services are not youth friendly or they depend on their caregivers to be allowed to get services, because of age of consent. This hinders young people’s access to sexuality education and uptake of treatment to stay healthy.

At the same time, young people have different kinds of issues and information needs when it comes to SRHR and HIV. Adolescents and young people in Kenya have a right to information and services accessible in a platform that is safe and conducive for them to pursue their goals and aspirations in life.
 

Goals

Everyone living with HIV worldwide receives treatment
50%
Contributed within this project
< 200,000 new HIV infections globally
50%
Contributed within this project

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