Health Literacy Program

Studies show that a significant proportion of patients with HIV/Aids have low levels of health literacy, having difficulty receiving health education, or reading educational materials.

To improve literacy rates, CTECH has been partnering with health facilities, communities, and other stakeholder organizations to promote literacy and teach basic health literacy, through formal and informal educational workshops and learning programmes.

Through a collaborative partnership with JN+, CTECH is developing targeted approaches for people living with HIV (PLHIV) and health care providers. The interventions are intended to support education, advocacy, effective care and treatment.