highlighting MOSAIC’s support for Intergenerational Solidarity to increase access to and uptake of HIV Prevention Services. The video showcased MOSAIC’s intergenerational team members from different generations across the project implementing countries working collectively to increase access to and uptake of HIV prevention services. The MOSAIC Consortium also released a blog on the NextGen Squad (NGS) with one young person (under 30) from each MOSAIC core country. Each young person is hired and mentored by a local implementing partner (FHI 360, Jhpiego, LVCT, PZAT, or Wits RHI). This dynamic group comes together to shape, influence, and participate in MOSAIC project activities through local partners. The NGS holds MOSAIC accountable as it aligns its plans, actions, monitoring and evaluation, and learning efforts to be responsive to young people’s needs, preferences, and experiences. Also, ensure the diversity of adolescent girls and young women; and meaningfully engage young people in research and research utilization.
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