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(image) – One of the Youth Chips Entreprenuers expected to benefit with the mobile chips vending carts project under the youth to youth programme.(Not translated)Edit
(image) – AACP programme officer (Japhet Daud on the right side) with the Regional Commision of Shinyanga Region During the women day on 08.03.2013,, it was few minutes after checking women's products at Agape Exhibition Hurt.(Not translated)Edit
(image) – some of our approaches we use to meet the community and share with the community members on issues of HIV/AIDS, Early pregnancies and forced marriages as well as on GBV(Not translated)Edit
(image) – AACP'S empowered youth and have formed a youth Organization called Chibe Youth Development Organization (CHIYODEO) participating in th e AIDS day at Chimagua Ground in Shinyanga Region.(Not translated)Edit
(image) – Victitims of early pregnancies and forced marriages who have returned to school in an informal system at Ikonongo Tuition Center in Shinyanga Municial.(Not translated)Edit
(image) – School youth empowerment programme, Agape Programme Coordinator "Japhet Daud" in a group picture with students of Glory care Training College in Shinyanga after sharing with them on driving forces, causes, effects and mitigation measures of HIV/AIDs on Wednesday this week(Not translated)Edit
(image) – Using drama to create awareness in the community is the best approach as it mobilize many people in a short period of time and therefor the message also is spread very quickly to change behaviors, attitudes and cultures that accelerate bad practices that result into early pregnancies, early marriages and HIV/AIDS(Not translated)Edit
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(image) – One of the group of Community women change makers on "we can campaign project" at agape offices sharing with the agape Staff critical issues on Gender based violence (GBV)including best approaches to use in spreading the movement to end GBV in rural areas and how to report GBV issues(Not translated)Edit
(image) – AACP staff Japhet Daud and other fellow youth to youth grantees by ILO in Naivasha, Kenya during the Youth project implementation training.(Not translated)Edit