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Peer Education

The Peer Education Programme was a five year project of Naz Foundation (India) Trust funded by the Levi Strauss Foundation. Over the years 144 peer educators across Delhi University colleges and universities were trained on Sexuality, Gender Based Violence, HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health.

After training, peer educators organised and conducted workshops on these issues with their peers at universities and organisations and in rural communities across the country. Music concerts, photographic exhibitions, street theatre, magic shows and role play were used to create awareness.

The overall objective of the programme was to impact the knowledge, attitudes, values and skills of the students conducting the trainings and of those being trained. We reached around 23,764 adolescents and young people since its inception.

We continue to conduct workshops with young people in schools and colleges to create awareness about HIV.