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  1. Thailand national operational plan accelerating ending AIDS, 2015-2019

    This Operational Plan has four key components. Section 1 is the Core Plan, which lays out the background and rationale to Thailand’s efforts to End AIDS and outlines key operational objectives and strategic interventions. It sets out key targets and approaches, including how innovation and efficiency will be achieved while delivering high coverage services in a gender sensitive and human rights based framework. Section 2 lays out the approach to costing Ending AIDS in Thailand. …

  2. National strategic information and monitoring and evaluation plan for HIV/AIDS: Thailand, 2012 to 2016

    The purpose of strategic information (SI) is to increase the availability and accessibility of high quality essential data to guide program planning and investment for an effective HIV/AIDS response. The plan measures progress towards achieving national goals and objectives - including Thailand’s commitment to reaching “the three zeros’ of zero new infections, zero AIDS deaths, and zero discrimination - in an effective, efficient and timely manner. …

  3. No one left behind: understanding key populations, achieving triple zeros by 2030

    This book focuses on 6 key populations, i.e. sex workers, people who inject drugs, men who have sex with men, transgender individuals, beach boys and prisoners. It describes reasons why these key populations are at higher risk of acquiring HIV infections, the current situation of Sri Lankan laws and how discrimination and social stigma prevent these particular key population groups approaching health care services. …

  4. Towards ending AIDS in Sri Lanka: a road map

    The road map towards ending AIDS by 2025 consists of strategic directions to be followed in order to achieve the 90-90-90 target set by UNAIDS, namely, that 90% of all people living with HIV know their HIV status, 90% of people with diagnosed HIV infection receive sustainable antiretroviral therapy and 90% of all people receiving antiretroviral therapy achieve viral suppression. These new targets aim to fast-track the national response in the next five years to end AIDS by 2025. …

  5. National HIV monitoring and evaluation plan: Sri Lanka, 2013-2017

    The Monitoring and Evaluation plan describes how the information generation and M&E system should be run. It is accompanied by an annual costed workplan describing the planned M&E activities for each year including the strengthening measures to improve the M&E system identified through M&E system or data quality assessments. Through strategic Information systems, the programme results at all levels (impact, outcome, output, process and input) will be measured to provide the basis for accountability and informed decision-making at both programme and policy level. …

  6. Solomon Islands: sexual and reproductive health rights needs assessment

    The purpose of this needs assessment is to establish the level to which the SRP rights and needs of the population of Solomon Islands have been met and to assess what needs have not been met. This report provides an overview of the existing available sexual and reproductive health services in Solomon Islands, identifies the gaps, issues and challenges that exist and provides recommendations to improve rights based sexual and reproductive health services in Solomon Islands. …

  7. Solomon Islands National HIV/STI Programme: monitoring and evaluation plan 2014-2018

    This M&E Plan is purposed to enable the National HIV/STI Programme to work more effectively and efficiently to: 1. Gather the information needed to guide the planning, coordination, and implementation of the national HIV response; 2. Assess the effectiveness of the HIV response; 3. Identify areas for programme improvement; 4. Ensure accountability to those providing financial resources for the HIV response; 5. Provide a communication tool that outlines various roles and responsibilities regarding monitoring and evaluation for the National HIV/STI programme; 6. …

  8. Samoa: sexual and reproductive health rights needs assessment

    The purpose of this SRHR Needs Assessment was to review progress on Samoa’s ICPD and MDG commitments to achieving universal access to reproductive health (MDG Target 5B), with particular focus on ensuring Samoan citizens’ SRHR are prioritised and maintained through all aspects of service planning and delivery. Areas of focus included access to family planning information and services, and to a range of appropriate commodities to meet the needs of all groups within communities. …

  9. National sexual and reproductive health policy 2011-2016

    This National Sexual and Reproductive Health Policy is to contribute positively to the improvement of reproductive health status of the people of Samoa, particularly women and adolescent, by listing some of the major challenges in the area of sexual and reproductive health and identifying Key Strategic Areas in addressing immediate and future actions. The Key Strategic Areas for cooperation based on a contextual analysis of the evolution in health issues in Samoa takes into account the experience of all health sector partners and relevant documents/data.

  10. National HIV and AIDS policy 2011-2016

    The overall goal of the National Policy on HIV/AIDS is to provide for a framework for leadership and coordination of the National multi-sectoral response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. This includes formulation, by all sectors, of appropriate interventions which will be effective in preventing transmission of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted infections, protecting and supporting vulnerable groups, mitigating the social and economic impact of HIV/AIDS. …

  11. National school health policy

    The key objective of this policy is to guide, protect, and promote healthy measures for all school children in Papua New Guinea. The policy will address these key areas: 1. Effective collaboration and partnership between NDoH, DoE, and other stakeholders; 2. Promoting school health education programs, health promoting schools and providing school medical; 3. Proper nutrition for school aged children; 4. Sexual reproductive education for upper primary and secondary schools; 5. Ensuring all schools in Papua New Guinea (PNG) are drug, alcohol and tobacco free; 6. …

  12. Pakistan communication strategy for HIV/AIDS

    This communication strategy intends to provide a practical, concise and helpful instrument for formulating effective HIV and AIDS communication interventions in Pakistan. It is not a manual on Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) or Strategic Communication processes and implementation. …

  13. Pakistan AIDS Strategy III 2015-2020

    The purpose of the PAS III is to guide Pakistan’s overall national response for HIV and AIDS through 2020, through focused interventions with set targets, costs, roles and responsibilities. The successful implementation of PAS III involves multiple stakeholders to achieve priority outcomes outlined in the Strategy. The Strategy focuses on allocating limited resources to scale up high-impact, high-value interventions such as HTC and treatment to reduce AIDS related deaths and new HIV infections. …

  14. An assessment of the legal and policy environment in response to HIV in Nepal

    This report follows on the recommendation of the Global Commission on HIV and Law in undertaking national reviews and multi-stakeholder consultations by 2015, relating to the legal and policy barriers towards the elimination of HIV-related stigma, discrimination, and violence. …

  15. Nepal HIVision 2020: ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat, by 2030: national HIV strategic plan 2016-2021

    The National HIV Strategic Plan for the period 2016-2021 is a set of evidence-informed strategies focused on building one consolidated, unified, rights-based and decentralized HIV programme with services that are integrated in the general health services of the country. It builds on lessons learned from implementation of the National AIDS Strategy 2011-2016, its mid-term review and the Nepal HIV Investment Plan 2014-2016, and it applies recommendations from the AIDS Epidemic Model exercise and other strategic information from studies, surveys and assessments.

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