Fostering Sustainability of the Ended HIV and AIDS Support Program (HASP)
Goodbye is probably one word that most people are not so comfortable with. Emotional as it is, at some point in life, we all have to part ways with our loved ones, friends, colleagues, school mates, workmates or any other related individuals where the bond, friendship and companionship existing would seem boldly unshakable and unbreakable. However, such a lasting, permanent stay, in reality can only exist in the world of movies. But there is that special kind of partying ways that leave a memorable and vigilant mark difficult to erase. It is a goodbye probably in name only, but the hope, enthusiasm and passion it leaves for the other party is in itself adequate to rekindle a light that shines brighter. Such was the mark that was left by the HIV and AIDS Support Programme (HASP) which SAYWHAT in partnership with Oxfam has been implementing for the past 3 years.
Indeed, HASP, finally came to an end but having impacted significantly in the lives of the student community in the drive to reduce the SRH challenges faced by students. The project ended in style, with partners meeting at the Leadership Circle on SRH Policies, an event that was held on the 4th of May at Hillside Teachers College in Bulawayo to map the way forward beyond HASP