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Pan African and Caribbean Sexual Health (PACSH) Project PDF Print E-mail

ECCUK has been providing information on HIV/AIDS and sexual health for the past 14 years. In this time we have built on our experience and expertise in the field.

The services of ECCUK have been expanded to Pan African and Caribbean communities since 2005 and have covered the wider issues of Primary and Secondary HIV prevention.  The PACSH project has been in operation since then and successfully supported well over 48 different nationalities with regard to providing direct support to HIV positive people and also provide primary prevention programme to our service users.

The PACSH Project is one of the main programmes of ECCUK that is also the main provider of community sexual health promotion services for African and Caribbean people living in Enfield and Haringey. ECCUK is also a member of different organisations such as African HIV Policy Network (AHPN) since its beginning and an implementing partner of National African HIV Prevention programme National African HIV Prevention (NAHIP) programme in North Central London - Camden, Islington, Enfield, Haringey, and Barnet.

In parallel with other services of ECCUK, PACSH project provides information, advice and guidance on sexual health in general and has a number of programmes within it.  They are the Primary and Secondary HIV prevention programmes


Primary HIV Prevention is defined as ‘activities focused on preventing uninfected people from becoming infected.  Secondary HIV Prevention is aimed at enabling people living with HIV to stay well and to prevent the onward transmission of HIV.  Tertiary HIV Prevention aims to minimise the effects of ill health experienced by someone who has symptomatic HIV.

1.  The Primary HIV Prevention Programme: has 2 major projects.


Provide information on HIV/AIDS to raise awareness and tackle stigma and discrimination surrounding HIV. In turn we hope to decrease the number of new infections within the community. This also includes information on sexual health and wellbeing.  We will also make available and provide FREE condoms and femidoms to the community through our outreach program, using outreach venues and events that take place.

The 2 main projects under this programme are:-

We also translate and leaflets available for readers.  HIV / AIDS related materials into other languages.  Below are short leaflets about HIV/AIDS that has been translated to AMHARIC.

2.  The Secondary HIV Prevention Programme - has also 2 major projects

The main aim of this project is to provide practical and emotional support to people who are affected or infected by HIV. We also help them to address other issues such as immigration, housing, welfare benefits, money and debt, education and training and business start up support.

The 2 main projects under this programme are:-

3. Other Sexual Health Services:

We also have other sexual health services particulaly dealing with other Sexually Transmitted DIseases (STIs) including HIV / AIDS.  The following projects deal with such issues.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact ECCUK. The office is open Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm.

Advice and support is available through VISITING THE OFFICE, TELEPHONE or EMAIL.

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Condom Information and Resource Distrubution Programme PDF Print E-mail

Condom Information and Resource Distrubution

The Aim:

The overall aim of condom and information resources distribution is to reduce HIV transmission, spread and reduce new HIV infections, through raising basic awareness and knowledge among African and Caribbean communities residing in Enfield and Haringey.  It is also aimed at contributing to the reduction in the spread of HIV and STIs through improved access to and availability of condoms (male and female) and through increased and effective use of condoms by African and Caribbean communities living and working in Enfield and Haringey.  It will also contribute to meeting other aspects of the aims of the Sexual Health strategy of both Haringey TPCT and Enfield PCT.
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