Corridors of Hope
Country of Operation
SummaryThe Corridors of Hope (COH) works with transportation corridor communities, targeting traditionally high risk populations. The COH project provides comprehensive HIV/AIDS prevention services and improves referral networks.
The Corridors of Hope project aims to reduce the spread of HIV in border and transportation corridor communities.
Key program components
The Corridors of Hope project uses several approaches to reduce the spread of HIV in border and transportation communities, including:
- Provision of HIV testing and counseling through static centers, mobile facilities and door-to-door outreach
- Integration of sexually transmitted infection and malaria screening and treatment, family planning services, and tuberculosis case detection and referral of suspected cases
- Behavior change interventions through participatory learning methods
- Economic strengthening activities through group savings and loan associations
The Corridors of Hope project is implemented by the international non-profit organization FHI 360, through 3 Zambian based organizations: Afya Mzuri, Zambia Inerfaith Networking Group on HIV/AIDS and Zambia Health Education and COmmunication Trust.
- FHI 360Not-for-profit