The MASYAP Youth drama competition was conducted to encourage performing arts as a way of spreading HIV/AIDS messages to the popular masses.
The 2017 Women’s Annual General Meeting was held on 7th October 2017 at IQRA Propagation centre in Blantyre.
Netball matches were scheduled in respective areas and the final four teams met at Bangwe Youth Centre Ground for the Semi-final matches.
The program was aimed at training women on how to manage their businesses and finances.
In some of the rural districts in Southern Malawi, including areas where MASYAP works, ‘Hyena’ men are paid to have sex with girls as young as 12. This is a cultural ritual of ‘sexual cleansing’ that occurs when a girl
The HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HPTN) and HIV Prevention Trials network are collaborating in doing a research/study to assess whether the anti-HIV antibody called VRC01 made from the laboratory may be able to prevent HIV infection in people who are
MASYAP played a friendly netball game against Chichiri Prison on Saturday 23 July 2016 at the Chichiri prison ground. Seven girls were picked from MASYAP’s numerous youth group netball teams around the Blantyre region and their fellow youth group members followed to support them. The MASYAP team won the game
Due to the poor rains in Malawi this year, many of MASYAP’s members have found it a struggle to secure food for themselves. Thanks to a donation from Madiha Bakir, one of MASYAP’s board members, and donors in Luton, UK,
With help businesswoman Mrs. Mpango, MASYAP visited her home town in Balaka, in order to spread information about HIV, as well as the work that MASYAP does. After talks by our Support Group Coordinator Marriam, and our Youth and HTC
Last week, MASYAP visited Nchalo, to the south of Blantyre, in order to conduct HIV testing. Our Support Group Coordinator and our Youth and HTC Officer both talked to the women about HIV, before giving a small quiz on the