The UNF/UNAIDS Southern African Youth Initiative on AIDS:
The Southern African Youth (SAY) Initiative is a sub-regional HIV and AIDS initiative through which the United Nations Foundation (UNF), the United Nations Fund for International Partnership (UNFIP) and UNAIDS seek to support and scale-up HIV and AIDS interventions among the youth of southern Africa. SAY comprises nine independent projects located in eight of southern Africa’s most severely affected countries, as well as a sub-regional technical support project
(Telling the Story). Through the work of UN country teams, SAY aims to catalyse innovatively and expanded national responses to the HIV and AIDS epidemic to meet the needs of the youth in southern Africa, especially girls, who are most vulnerable to HIV infection.