It all started with a discussion held over a glass of wine with an old friend (a psychologist and Health System Strengthening specialist) on how we could make sex education more 'fun' and available to high-risk groups (children, young adults, women, drug users and low-income communities).
TEA is an acronym for The Education of AIDs/HIV.
The conversation started with the problems still faced in the prevention and treatment of AIDs/HIV, and from there the name was born.
Upon research we both discovered that we would need greater experience before stepping out and starting this project. For now the project is on hold, but every year we add into our pot of ideas and targets and hope to eventually have a clear-cut plan on what we want to achieve.