Increased standard of accountability on financing for HIV response that leads to intensive policy discussions on resource sustainability in financing HIV treatment and other health services that influence the quality of lives of people living with HIV.
This project framework was designed to focus on increasing domestic financing and strategic investments (including allocation of the investments) particularly around HIV treatment & related services by mobilizing communities groups and actors to monitor the use of available resources and engage in policy discussions with governments and relevant stakeholders.
The scope of the work around factors that influence «domestic financing» and «HIV treatment and related services» varies from region to region and countries to countries. Some region or countries may want to focus on a particular area of services or commodities (eg. reducing the price of medicines, removing legal barriers in the context of procurement) and others may want to focus on overall domestic investments (eg. mobilizing high level political commitments, etc) — however the primary goal is to create advocacy momentums to push for political willingness in increasing domestic financing.
Due to the nature of the project, therefore regions that consist of countries with issues around access to medicines, rapidly (or concrete risks of) declining international funding, low level of commitment from governments and low level of funding to communities group; will be prioritized.
Project Objective (PO)
- To document, analyze and interpret (both primary or secondary) data related to the use of available resources in the provision of HIV treatment and other health services that influence the quality of lives of people living with HIV.
- To increase awareness and sensitivities; and create coordination, communication and planning platform for communities, key populations and other civil society groups to discuss and plan action around sustainable use of resource on HIV treatment and other health services that influence the quality of lives of people living with HIV.
- To initiate and maintain (intensive) policy dialogues, particularly with governments and donors, on the issue of sustainable investment of various resources, transition and coordination plans around international funding & domestic financing.
Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund (RCNF)
Global Network of People living with HIV (GNP+)
Budget of project
Terms of realization
The project activities will cover 15 countries from the EECA region.
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