These routine visits are conducted weekly with the aim of following up on the progress of the groups as well as sensitizing them on the current life-threatening issues like mental health and at the core being the issue of HIV/AIDS
These are routine outreach visits that are carried out on monthly basis with the aim of following up on their daily activities. The youth coordinator visits them to teach, encourage and make sure that all members are being treated equally.
This outreach programme was scheduled to record one of that MASYAP Corner radio programme. Present during the Village head, teachers and the support group members. The village head appreciated the great job that MASYAP women do as it contributes to
The Youth Coordinator, Fatima Hassan visited three support groups, namely; Kameza, Lirangwe and Lunzu. The visits were aimed at monitoring the activeness of youth members in their respective support groups as well as sensitizing on the need to follow covid-19
Women Chairladies’ Meeting was held on the 22nd of august 2019 with a sole purpose of allowing chairladies to share challenges, experiences and their expectation from MASYAP. As per tradition, an overview of all programs that the office runs was highlighted by the women’s coordinator.
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
Due to the success of MASYAP’s visit to Mulanje in April, this month we returned to continue the work that we started last time. The day started with a talk about HIV/AIDS given by our Support Group Coordinator, who talked
On Saturday 19th March MASYAP visited Mulanje, an area just outside Blantyre, to conduct HIV testing and counselling. The day started with a talk about HIV, followed by a quiz to test the knowledge they had been given.
The Mai Aisha Sisters and Youth AIDS Programme (MASYAP) was invited to attend and present at Blantyre City Council’s event to commemorate World AIDS Day 2014. Held at Manje CCAP ground, the day-long event comprised of speeches including those by