14th February Chocolate Day Love Feast

Our team was on the move on 14th February to deliver sex-ed to adolescents in Apromase, a suburb in Kumasi Ghana. Here, we took the opportunity to launch our web chat function for accessing counseling anonymously.

World AIDS Day 2020

On 1st December 2020, our team collaborated with the Planned Parenthood Association of Ghana – Bomso Young and Wise Clinic to provide free HIV screening as well as a health talk on safe sex practices. The target audience were all persons aged between 10 – 65 with an emphasis on the 10-19 age range for the health talk.

Overall, a total of 102 individuals were screened for HIV and about 30 adolescents participated in the health talk. Below are some pictures of the event.

(Due to privacy concerns, we are unable to show the pictures of the audience as we were unable to obtain consent for their pictures to be displayed).

2-day Workshop at SOS Villages, Ghana

As part of our advocacy Activities, we facilitated a 2-day workshop for Caregivers at the SOS Villages at Asokore-Mampong. Trainings were done on Adolescent Sexuality by our External Coordinator & Mental Health professional, Mr. James Ayiku, and Boosting the Immune System in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic by Dr. Kwabena Lartey. A total of 14 caregivers received the training. Please find the pictures of the event below (reproduced with the permission of the participants).

WORLD AIDS DAY 2019!

To commemorate the World AIDS Day 2019, an HIV Awareness and Stigma campaign was conducted for young persons in Aprade Community, Kumasi coupled with Free Voluntary HIV Testing and Counseling for adults in the community.


Sharing Health Knowledge

Providing education to young women is one of our goals at aHnonymous. On this day, we provided sexuality health education to students of the St. Mary’s Senior High School at Konongo, where we educated them on reproductive health issues and HIV. We spoke about sexual and reproductive health, HIV prevention and HIV-related stigma and encouraged these young girls to take action to reduce the burden of HIV in their communities.

Interaction with JHS Students

Providing Health Education during a motivational talk session to final year students of the KNUST Junior High School.

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