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  1. South African national LGBTI HIV plan 2017/22

    The South African National LGBTI HIV Plan 2017-2022 (LGBTI HIV Plan) was developed to guide the work of all LGBTI stakeholders and implementers in South Africa. The Plan is inclusive of all sexual minorities living in South Africa, and recommends evidence-based and multi-sectoral HIV interventions to address the HIV epidemic in the country. The Plan builds on consensus of LGBTI stakeholders from across South Africa on priorities, challenges, and goals related to providing appropriate, accessible and acceptable services for LGBTI people. …

  2. Let our actions count: South Africa's national strategic plan for HIV, TB and STIs 2017-2022

    At the heart of this NSP is the strategy to “focus for impact”. Eight goals are set: (1) Accelerate prevention to reduce new HIV and TB infections and STIs. (2) Reduce morbidity and mortality by providing HIV, TB and STI treatment, care and adherence support for all. (3) Reach all key and vulnerable populations with customised and targeted interventions. (4) Address the social and structural drivers of HIV, TB and STIs, and link these efforts to the NDP. (5) Ground the response to HIV, TB and STIs in human rights principles and approaches. …

  3. South African national strategic plan on HIV, TB and STIs 2017-2022

    This preliminary draft of the National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs 2017-2022 (NSP) outlines the strategic framework for a multi-sector partnership to accelerate progress in reducing the morbidity (illness) and mortality (death) associated with HIV, TB and STIs. The consultative process undertaken for NSP 2017-2022 resulted in agreement on seven strategic goals: 1. Accelerate prevention to reduce new HIV, TB and STI infections; 2. Reduce morbidity and mortality by providing treatment, care and adherence support for all; 3. …

  4. Let our actions count: reflections on NSP 2012-2016 and moving forward to NSP 2017-2022

    Let our Actions Count shares our country’s HIV, TB and STI journey and sets out our agenda going forward. We outline the progress we have made over the last five years, share what we learnt at the International AIDS Conference 2016, which we co-hosted with the International Aids Society, we identify the gaps and challenges in our response and then we set out the goals and strategic objectives for the next five years. Let Our Actions Count sets the foundation for the National Strategic Plan for HIV, TB and STIs 2017-2022 that will be launched on World TB Day, 24 March 2017.

  5. Gender equality assessment of provincial HIV, STIs and TB strategic and operational plans in South Africa

    This Gender Equality Assessment of Provincial Strategic Plans and Provincial Operational Plans on HIV, STIs and TB within South Africa assesses provincial HIV, STI and TB responses against the HEARD and ATHENA Framework for Women, Girls and Gender Equality and the UNAIDS Gender Assessment Tool for National HIV Responses. The Assessment identifies the extent to which provincial responses prioritise women, girls and gender equality by including a number of specific, evidence-informed interventions; it furthermore highlights policy and programmatic gaps and challenges within these plans. …

  6. National strategic plan for HIV prevention, care and treatment for sex workers: Leveraging a public health and human rights approach for HIV and sex work programming in South Africa

    The key priorities to improve South Africa’s response to the HIV and STI epidemics among sex workers are: Scaling-up of a comprehensive prevention package to achieve significantly increased coverage, particularly of ‘hidden’ sex workers; Improving the quality of HIV, STIs and TB prevention services; Building the technical skills and organizational capacity of Community-Based Organisations (CBOs) and the National Sex Worker Network; Strengthening the involvement of sex workers in the HIV and AIDS response through community development and mobilization; Strengthening the partnership between Gove …

  7. Integrated school health policy

    The general objective of this school health policy is to guide the provision of a comprehensive, integrated school health programme which is provided as part of the primary health care (PHC) package within the Care and Support for Teaching and Learning (CSTL) framework. …

  8. National school health policy and implementation guidelines

    This document contains:- A description of the policy development process; - The rationale and context for the policy; - An outline of the main health needs of school-aged children; - The vision, mission, principles and main objectives; - A package of school health service activities; - A framework for monitoring and evaluation; - Implementation guidelines.

  9. The Eastern Cape provincial HIV and AIDS and STI strategic plan of action 2007-2011

    This provincial strategic plan is organised into a number of chapters each dealing with specific aspects of the plan. The summary below brings out the key tenets of what each section deals with namely: part A, background; part B, mission and vision; part C, alignment with the NSP; part D, monitoring and evaluation and strengthening the coordination of the provincial response.

  10. National strategic plan for HIV, STIs and TB, 2012-2016 South Africa

    The NSP is the strategic guide for the national response to HIV, STIs and TB for the next five years. The plan addresses the drivers of the HIV and TB epidemics and builds on the achievements of the previous NSPs to achieve its goals. Interventions that have worked well will be scaled up and the quality of service delivery will be improved, while at the same time proven new interventions will be implemented. …

  11. National strategic plan for HIV and AIDS, STIs and TB, 2012-2016

    For the next five years, the following four strategic objectives will form the basis of the collective HIV and TB response that will in turn provide the impetus towards achievement of the 20-year three zeros vision: - prevention of HIV, STI and TB infections, the primary objective being to ensure a multi-pronged approach to HIV and TB prevention that includes all biomedical, behavioural, social and structural approaches in order to reduce new HIV and TB infections; and further for all citizens to know their HIV and TB status; - sustain health and wellness, the primary objective being to ensure …

  12. Southern African HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis plan of action, 2010-2011 for Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, South Africa, and Swaziland

    This paper for senior World Bank management and staff describes the current status and impact of the HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) and tuberculosis (TB) epidemic in southern Africa, the strategic role the Bank has played to date, and puts forward an action plan for deeper Bank engagement with the middle-income countries (MICs) in this subregion, especially in light of the new political commitment by the government of South Africa.

  13. National Strategic Plan 2007-2011: Mid Term Review 2010

    The aim of the mid-term review was to: assess the implementation of the NSP through a forward looking review that will document achievements, lessons learnt, gaps, constraints, challenges and opportunities at provincial, sectoral and national levels in relation to the four priority areas of the NSP, and make recommendations for strengthening and improving the HIV response. …

  14. University of Kwazulu-Natal HIV/AIDS Policy

    South Africa is facing one of the most serious challenges since the demise of apartheid, in the form of HIV/AIDS. The University of KwaZulu Natal (UKZN) is situated in one of the Provinces most affected by this pandemic where the high prevalence of HIV/AIDS is placing a huge demand on all sectors of service delivery, economic development, teaching and learning.

  15. HIV/AIDS/STD Strategic Plan for South Africa 2000-2005

    This document is a broad national strategic plan designed to guide the country's response as a whole to the epidemic. It is not a plan for the health sector specifically, but a statement of intent for the country as a whole, both within and outside government. It is recognised that no single sector, ministry, department or organisation is by itself responsible for the addressing the HIV epidemic. …

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