CDCB in partnership with Down of Hope Ethiopia is implementing a three year polite PMTCT project in Bishoftu, Dukem and Mojo town of Oromia-Ethiopia with the financial support of PACF/ViiV Healthcare. The towns are HIV hot spot areas located on national growth corridor and with dry port. It is area with larger number of industries; the towns are favorite tourist destinations, flourishing investments activities, with large number of commercial sex workers (either mobile or resident), and high influx of skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled youth population in search of jobs. It is with high formal and informal economic activities with high mobility people and vehicles (transport and long-distance trucks).
This is the Best Practice Case Study of the project intended to generate evidences in an effort towards improving the lives of children affected by HIV/AIDS and vulnerable children, adolescents and youth in terms of their childhood development, care and support, awareness towards HIV/AIDS risks and PMTCT service uptake in Ethiopia. The document has employed primary and secondary data sources, in addition to reviewing of the project under implementation.
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