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Defining and costing the role of civil society in national HIV and AIDS strategic frameworks
|Other titles||Defining & costing the role of civil society in national HIV & AIDS strategic frameworks :|
|Statement||Robie Siamwiza and Namposya Nampanya-Serpell|
|Contributions||Serpell, Namposya, Zambia. National HIV/AIDS/STD/TB Council|
|LC Classifications||RA643.86.Z33 S55 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. :|
|Number of Pages||52|
|LC Control Number||2010306683|
OFFICE OF NATIONAL AIDS POLICY THE WHITE HOUSE. FROM: SUBJECT: Department of Justice Implementation of the National HIV I AIDS Strategy JACOB J. LEW DIRECTOR OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET THE WHITE HOUSE ~RICH. HOLDER, JR. ~ATTORNEY GENERAL. On J 20 l 0, President Barack Obama issued a Memorandum for the Heads of. draft policy paper on HIV and education, and the draft strategic planning framework. It is essential now that ways be found to cooperate in adjusting proposed priorities, planning for action, ensuring that the goals of the sector are consistent with those of the national HIV/AIDS plan, and achieving agreed objectives. HIV/AIDS Unit MINEDUC Kigali.
Funding mechanisms for civil society: the experience of the AIDS response Abstract. How resources are being used to fund the community response to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) is of considerable interest to Cited by: 7. Representatives of civil society organizations and national and county policymakers provided insight on barriers and facilitators in the development and implementation of HIV programs during the establishment of the new, devolved county government system mandated by.
THE SOUTHERN AFRICA DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY (SADC) AIDS Councils, civil society organisations and all individuals and institutions who participated in this survey. • Most parliaments have adopted national HIV/AIDS strategic plans and policies to respond to the epidemic. 8 The Commonwealth Secretariat HIV and AIDS strategic framework – most affected group and prevalence is rising fastest amongst young girls. Poverty and gender inequalities are driving factors in the spread and impact of HIV and AIDS. The loss of public sector workers, especially teachers, is a .
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FOREWORD It is now over thirty years since the HIV and AIDS epidemic emerged in Zambia. This Strategic Plan is the fourth sincewhen the first plan was developed by the People Living with HIV (PLHIV) and Civil Society of the Revised National HIV and AIDS Strategic Framework - File Size: 2MB.
We, the representatives of civil society actors on Health, HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe, concur with the Government’s position that, considerable progress has been made especially in reducing HIV prevalence from a record % in% in and % in Size: 74KB.
National HIV/AIDS/STD/TB Council. Title(s): Defining and costing the role of civil society in national HIV and AIDS strategic frameworks: recommended approaches for Zambia: a report for the National HIV/AIDS/STI/TB Council/ Robie Siamwiza and Namposya Nampanya-Serpell.
Country of Publication: Zambia Publisher: Lusaka, Zambia: National HIV. Costing Guidelines for HIV/AIDS Intervention Strategies 2 Although sub-populations are focused on here, certain basic interventions (e.g.
policy, safe blood supply, surveillance, raising of awareness and training of health personnel etc) should also be planned, costed and implemented even in File Size: 1MB.
Context of HIV/AIDS 12 The Challenge of HIV/AIDS 13 Chapter Two: Strengthening the National Response 15 Introduction 15 The National Strategic Framework I () 15 Limitations of the NSF I 16 Rationale of NSF II 16 Key programmatic areas 17 Conclusion The first comprehensive National HIV/AIDS/STI Policy was approved by the NCCA in December and revised in The national policy served as the guideline for the development of the National Strategy on HIV/AIDS/STI.
Over the past fifteen years, a number of plans to combat HIV/AIDS/STI have been developed for the Lao PDR. The first National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan (HEAP- HIV/AIDS Emergency Action Plan ) was developed in / and mainly addressed the issues of creating public awareness, at a time when the epidemic was beginning to spread in the country and File Size: 1MB.
NATIONAL HIV/AIDS STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK II () FOREWORD The completion of the National HIV/AIDS Strategic Framework II is a significant milestone in the prevention and control of the pandemic in Liberia.
With restoration of peace and increased access to all parts of the country, Liberia faces the greatest threat to the increasedFile Size: 1MB. COSTING NATIONAL HIV/AIDS RESPONSES Costing should be viewed as an integral part of the design of AIDS strategies rather than having its role confined to making a case for high levels of funding.
achieving this goal is to ensure that costing is part of strategic planning. Civil society has been critical in catalyzing and shaping global, regional and national HIV action and in lobbying successfully to mobilize politicians and donors to fund the AIDS response.
People living with HIV (PLHIV) and other civil society partners have also provided essential HIV prevention, treatment, care andFile Size: KB. UNDP’s Role in HIV/AIDS Response Page 5 of 81 Executive Summary Introduction Rationale Southern Africa is the subregion where the HIV/AIDS pandemic is the most devastating in the world andFile Size: KB.
This background paper examines costing practices, cost-effectiveness data and prioritization processes in national HIV/AIDS strategic plans. The first section is a literature review on costing and prioritization in the first generation of national strategic plans (NSPs). Counting the Organisational Cost of HIV/AIDS to Civil Society Organisations Pilot Research Study, Malawi By Rick James with Brenda Katundu Keywords: HIV/AIDS, Malawi, civil society Executive Summary HIV/AIDS mainstreaming has traditionally been equated with adjusting programmes to be more relevant to beneficiaries affected by HIV/AIDS.
Januarythe National Multi-Sectoral Strategic Framework for HIV/AIDS was approved by the government with representatives from government, civil society, faith-based organizations, development partners and the private sectors were consulted in the development of the.
According to statistics by South Africa’s Department of Health, an estimated million South Africans were living with HIV in Since its discovery more than twenty years ago, it has become increasingly clear that HIV/AIDS is one of the most serious and important challenges that the world, and particularly those in the developing world, have ever had to face.
For more details on the above programmes, see the UNAIDS brochure on key programmes to reduce stigma and discrimination and increase access to justice in national HIV responses. To help implement these programmes at a country level and include them in national strategic plans, UNAIDS has developed a set of guidance and Size: 1MB.
Framework is intended to provide guidance to the response to HIV and AIDS, especially to move towards Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 6 and its targets: • Halt and begin to reverse the spread of HIV and AIDS by • Achieve, byuniversal access to HIV and AIDS treatment for all those who need it.
Civil society has been part of the HIV/AIDS response from the very beginning of the epidemic, often becoming engaged before national governments.
Traditional roles of civil society--advocacy, activism, serving as government watchdog, and acting as community caretaker--have been critical to the by: 8. vi National Strategic Framework for HIV and AIDS Response in Namibia /11 - /16 National Strategic Framework for HIV and AIDS Response in Namibia /11 - /16 and multi-stakeholder nature of the national response.
Government agencies, private sector, civil society,File Size: 2MB. ★3 Key Steps in Implementing the Strategy The National HIV/AIDS Strategy is just a collection of words on paper, unless it provides a strategic vision for the country that leads to action. This document outlines key actions to be undertaken by the FederalFile Size: KB.An important barrier was their lack of experience with national level processes.
Civil society involvement in national HIV planning and strategic processes was perceived to be good, but better.and very recently (March ), the DOH launched its new HIV/AIDS Plan, which has been hailed as comprehensive and progressive (Cullinan & Thom, ).
The HIV/AIDS policy development and implementation process in South Africa has been complex, highly political, and prolonged.
Various analyses exist of the early HIV/AIDS policyFile Size: KB.