As the world all over celebrate the World Aids day which is an annual event celebrated every 1st December, Kaduna State Aids Control Agency (KADSACA) in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is not leaving any stone unturned towards embarking on activities that will help to achieve the 2030 target of ending HIV/AIDS globally. Towards this end, KADSACA/UNICEF in an activity to commemorate the world’s AIDS day packaged an empowerment program for the Adolescent and Young People (AYP) which targets the girl child in Jaba local government area of Kaduna State. The program basically is to enrich the girls with skills that will help them generate income that will make them productive targeting no fewer than 1200 girls with HIV/AIFS information.Speaking on the program, the UNICEF AYP consultant, Hajiya Hadiza Mohammed said the skills acquisition program is targeting 80 girls between the ages of 10-24 are in beat making, make up, head gear making and hena making. The program also will provide an opportunity for HIV/AIDS counselling for the participants targeting 90:90:90 results she said. As the world all over celebrate the World Aids day which is an annual event celebrated every 1st December, Kaduna State Aids Control Agency (KADSACA) in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is not leaving any stone unturned towards embarking on activities that will help to achieve the 2030 target of ending HIV/AIDS globally. Towards this end, KADSACA/UNICEF in an activity to commemorate the world’s AIDS day packaged an empowerment program for the Adolescent and Young People (AYP) which targets the girl child in Jaba local government area of Kaduna State. The program basically is to enrich the girls with skills that will help them generate income that will make them productive targeting no fewer than 1200 girls with HIV/AIFS information. Speaking on the program, the UNICEF AYP consultant, Hajiya Hadiza Mohammed said the skills acquisition program is targeting 80 girls between the ages of 10-24 are in beat making, make up, head gear making and hena making. The program also will provide an opportunity for HIV/AIDS counselling for the participants targeting 90:90:90 results she said.

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