Monday, October 26, 2020
Health And Welfare

Digital strategy and content for Adolescent Girls and Young Women Programme


Managed by Networking HIV & AIDS Community of Southern Africa (Nacosa) and funded by the Global Fund, the Adolescent Girls and Young Women Programme aims to increase retention in school, decrease HIV incidence, teenage pregnancy and gender-based violence, and increase economic opportunities for young women and girls.

“Since Covid-19 hit South Africa in March, the risks for young women have accelerated. There is increasing concern that Covid-19 will roll back the progress we have made in tackling HIV, TB and GBV in one of the most vulnerable groups: young women,” said the non-profit and public benefit organisation. In response, the Global Fund has made additional funding available to mitigate the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has on HIV, TB and malaria programmes.

Nacosa is a network of over 2,000 civil society organisations working together to turn the tide on HIV, Aids and TB in South Africa. It promotes dialogue, builds capacity with accredited training, mentoring and technical assistance and channels funding to support service delivery on the ground.

In addition,Nacosa is also looking for an experienced Consultant to develop a comprehensive digital strategy, content and analytics for engaging and retaining vulnerable adolescent girls and young women and amplifying their voices during the Covid-19 pandemic. The eligible candidate will develop a detailed digital mobilisation strategy to ‘wrap-around’ adolescent girls and young women, providing multiple communications touchpoints on their journey – to engage, inform, inspire and empower.

As an organisation committed to transformation in South Africa, Nacosa will give preference to proposals from black-owned enterprises, people living with HIV, young women and people with disabilities. For full details and how to apply go to:

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