Social, Health and Safety Implications of Hiv in the Oil and Gas Industry in Ghana:(i) Decline in HIV prevalence rate among MARPs (MSM & FSW), in school youth and community members within 15 oil and gas communities in 3 districts of the Western region of Ghana; (ii) Reducing risky social behaviours that drive the spread of HIV and AIDS among community members within 15 oil and Gas communities in 3 districts of the Western Region; (iii) Recommendations provided for establishment of a referral policy for comprehensive HIV care. 1. Increased Knowledge, Attitude and Practice among selected targeted groups: - In school youth; -Marginalized communities: (young) women both migrant/resident, out of school youth and commuters (workers of oil and gas companies); -MARPs: sex workers, Men who have sex with men, on HIV related matters which will empower them to make informed choices to stay HIV negative. 2. Improved access to healthcare for Persons Living with HIV through effective referrals.