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  1. Plan estratégico nacional multisectorial de VIH e ITS 2016-2020

    La planeación estratégica nacional para el VIH/Sida e ITS en El Salvador se realiza de forma quinquenal, es así como el país, luego de haber evaluado alcances y limitantes del período 2011-2011, diseñó las nuevas líneas estratégicas que darán la pauta para el desarrollo de acciones tendientes a contribuir en la eliminación del VIH, todo a la luz de las tendencias mundiales, las estrategias innovadoras y los enormes desafíos de cara a la sostenibilidad de la respuesta. …

  2. Respuesta al VIH, sida e infecciones de transmisión sexual: Plan Estratégico Nacional 2018-2021

    La Dirección de Sida, ETS, Hepatitis y TBC (DSETSHyT), conjuntamente con ONUSIDA, OPS y UNICEF, conformaron un equipo de trabajo y seguimiento del proceso que incluyó la selección y contratación de dos consultores. Se decidió desarrollar tres planes estratégicos, cada uno con su marco de monitoreo y evaluación: el plan de VIH e ITS; el de hepatitis y el de tuberculosis. El periodo de dichos planes es de cuatro años, entre 2018 y 2021.

  3. Plan stratégique national de la riposte multisectorielle aux IST, VIH et sida 2018-2022

    Le plan stratégique national de riposte multisectorielle aux IST, VIH et sida 2018 -2022 de Madagascar est conçu autour de la vision suivante : « L’accès universel à la prévention, au traitement, aux soins et au soutien à Madagascar est assuré dans un respect strict des Droits Humains ». Cette vision s’aligne à la stratégie universelle de l’ONUSIDA relative aux 90-90-90 pour permettre à Madagascar d’accélérer la riposte au VIH d’ici 2020 afin de parvenir à l’élimination de l’épidémie de sida d’ici à 2030. …

  4. National HIV/AIDS stigma reduction strategy: Stigma and discrimination reduction in the national HIV/AIDS response

    The Nigerian HIV prevalence rate is declining however, stigma indices does not show corresponding decline. Drivers of the HIV epidemic include the structural, contextual and social factors, such as poverty, gender inequality, inequity and poor access to health care, as well as stigma and discrimination and other human rights violations. However, several positive actions have been taken to address stigma and discrimination issues in the country. …

  5. Promoting gender responsive budgeting in the national response on HIV and AIDS in Nigeria

    In 2015, the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) with the support of UNWomen, UNAIDS and UNDP implemented a project titled 'Institutional Strengthening for Enhanced Gender Responsive HIV Response in Nigeria'. The goal of this initiative was to strengthen institutional mechanisms for strategic integration of gender mainstreaming in the national, state level (5 states) and institutional response to HIV and AIDS in Nigeria. …

  6. National strategic framework on HIV and AIDS: 2017-2021

    The National HIV and AIDS Strategic Framework (NSF) 2017-2021 succeeds the National HIV and AIDS Strategic Framework 2010-2015 and the National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan 2010-2015. This NSF was developed through a highly participatory and consultative process that involved a wide cross-section of stakeholders. Vision of the National Strategic Framework The vision of the NSF is “An AIDS-free Nigeria, with zero new infection, zero AIDS-related discrimination and stigma”. …

  7. Revised national HIV and AIDS strategic framework 2019-2021: Future directions for the HIV/AIDS response in Nigeria

    This Revised Strategic Framework is aimed at supporting the fast-tracking of our national AIDS response by urgently communicating the most essential new findings and providing renewed strategic guidance. It links our new strategic directions to important changes in the institutional and financial mechanisms supporting the AIDS response in our nation.

  8. National HIV and AIDS anti-stigma and discrimination strategy 2016-2020

    The National HIV and AIDS Anti-Stigma Strategy aims to guide and inform actions and programmes of policy makers, development partners, implementing partners and networks of people living with HIV and other stakeholders towards the reduction of HIV stigma and discrimination, through an evidence-informed strategy by and for people living with HIV, key and other vulnerable populations.

  9. Step up the pace: towards an AIDS-free generation in West and Central Africa

    The West and Central Africa region has one of the world’s highest HIV burdens among children and adolescents, second only to that of Eastern and Southern Africa. Yet, due to its lower HIV prevalence rate, the epidemic has received less attention than in other regions. …

  10. HIV/AIDS national strategic plans of Sub-Saharan African countries: an analysis for gender equality and sex-disaggregated HIV targets

    National Strategic Plans (NSPs) for HIV/AIDS are country planning documents that set priorities for programmes and services, including a set of targets to quantify progress toward national and international goals. The inclusion of sex- disaggregated targets and targets to combat gender inequality is important given the high disease burden among young women and adolescent girls in Sub-Saharan Africa, yet no comprehensive gender-focused analysis of NSP targets has been performed. …

  11. Advancing human rights, equality and inclusive governance to end AIDS: supporting countries to implement the recommendations of the Global Commission on HIV and the Law

    Despite the significant progress in scaling up work on HIV human rights, violations and stigma remain serious barriers to better HIV and health responses. Greater focus on protecting, upholding and fulfilling the rights of people living with HIV and those most affected is essential for delivering on the pledge made by Member States in Agenda 2030 to leave no one behind. The Global Commission on HIV and the Law issued its landmark report in July 2012 and made several recommendations how the law can be used to respond to HIV in an evidence informed, rights based manner. …

  12. HIV and social protection assessment tool: generating evidence for policy and action on HIV and social protection

    The HIV and social protection assessment tool is used for a quick scan of existing social protection programmes and their sensitivity (or lack of) to the HIV response in a given country and location. Additional follow-up and research that engages the different critical actors, including HIV programme managers, social protection administrators, beneficiaries and civil society representatives, may be necessary in some contexts. The assessment provides countries and communities with tailored analysis on HIV and social protection. …

  13. National HIV and AIDS strategic plan 2015/2016-2019/2020

    The vision of this NSP is “A Healthy and Productive Population free of HIV and AIDS and its effects” while the goal is “Towards Zero new infections, Zero HIV and AIDS-related mortality and morbidity and Zero discrimination”. To attain the goal of this NSP, it will be implemented under four thematic areas, namely, (i) Prevention, (ii) Care and Treatment, (iii) Social Support and Protection, and (iv) Systems Strengthening. The thematic area of Systems Strengthening includes governance, infrastructure, human resource, financing/resource mobilization, monitoring, evaluation and research.

  14. 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. …

  15. The national policy for the prevention and control of HIV and AIDS and STIs: Republic of Seychelles

    The main goal of the Seychelles National Policy on HIV and AIDS and Other STIs is to prevent and control the spread of HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections, and to care for those infected and affected by them. This goal will be achieved through programmes and services that respect for human rights, that are fully integrated and mainstreamed and that use knowledge and experience acquired on what works and what does not work to develop and deliver services.

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