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This case study describes how the Local Endeavors for HIV Prevention and Treatment (LEAP) project has harnessed the power of peer educators and outreach workers and of micro-planning to transform HIV outreach to female sex workers in Malawi. It highlights the opportunity to use micro-planning to improve distribution and promotion of condoms and lubricants—critical components of any program reaching key populations. The case study is part of a series documenting promising and best practices supported by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria’s Condom Strategic Initiative and wider condom programming.

Micro-planning for more effective and efficient HIV programs, Malawi
Mann Global Health, UNAIDS, UNFPA
Populations & Programmes
Resource Types
micro-planning, female sex workers, condom promotion, condom distribution, outreach