Teenage Peer Education Program of Los Angeles

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This paper focuses on certain parts of the business plan; implementation plan and timeline, risks and exit plan and financial statement and projection. These are key components of the business plan and builds on the preceding parts of the plan. The business plan is focused on integrating adults; parents and other adult care givers into the already existing ‘teenage’ Peer Education Program of Los Angeles (PEPLA), with the aim of achieving better results with the teenagers and also the parents.
Prior to begin this part of the business plan, I feel it is of utmost importance to highlight the program objectives here again, to act as a reminder, and they are listed below:
 Increase teenagers’ parents’ knowledge of Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) and various prevention measures
 Build up the relationship between teenagers and their parents in order to encourage closeness on sexual-related issues.
 Empower parents with knowledge to answer questions teens may have on HIV/AIDS and its prevention measures
 Reduce incidence of HIV/AIDS among parents.
Highlighting the program objectives here will act as a guide to the following parts of the plan to ensure that the vision is clearly visible to all and; there is no deviation from the vision and mission of the program and every step taken is in line with the slated objectives.

Implementation Plan and Timeline
This is a graphical and picturesque part of the business plan; it depicts the set
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