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Country Team Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years


3.1 A comprehensive HIV prevention package addressing vulnerability of children/adolescents 10-14 years and young people 15-24 years, especially girls and young women, defined, implemented and scaled up by Sectoral Ministries and civil society organisations


3.1.1 Institutional and technical capacity of government and civil society partners to scale up a sustainable, coordinated, evidence-informed HIV prevention response for children/adolescents and young people strengthened (UNFPA, UNICEF, UNESCO, UNAIDS)
3.1.2 A national policy framework, strategy and coordination mechanisms for HIV prevention among children/adolescents and young people, reflecting the key principles of an effective HIV prevention response and defining an integrated prevention package that addresses factors of vulnerability formulated and approved by the end of 2007 (UNFPA, UNICEF, UNAIDS)

3.1.3 The national, multidimensional and multisectoral HIV/AIDS prevention programme, that promotes in particular gender equality and addresses gender norms and relations, scaled up to reach at least 60% of the target population of children/adolescents and young people by end of 2009 (UNFPA, UNESCO, UNICEF, UNAIDS)

3.1.4 Socio-cultural norms and beliefs in communities addressed to improve the effectiveness of prevention activities, combat sexual and domestic violence and reduce stigma and discrimination, through quality communication initiatives (UNFPA, UNESCO, UNICEF, UNAIDS)
3.1.5 Key prevention information, regularly collected, analyzed and used to determine the mix of appropriate HIV prevention measures, and the gaps and barriers in policy and programme implementation (UNFPA, UNAIDS)



Government: (MOH, MEC, MMAS, MJS, ICS provincial departments - DPSs, DPEs, and DPJDs) to ensure a coordinated implementation of the HIV package and definition of policies and strategies.
Civil Society: (AMODEFA, AVIMAS, Pathfinder, and Nucleo de Mavalane, National Youth Council (CNJ), Provincial Youth Council – CPJ, GTO, GESSOM, FORCOM): to support in the implementation of elements of the HIV prevention package, fully harmonized with the national policy and strategy.
Bilateral/Multilateral development partners: (DANIDA, NORAD, SIDA, CDC, Flanders Government, World Bank): Implementation support.


UNFPA:

US$ 2,770,000 (RR)

US$ 9,400,000 (OR)
UNICEF:

US$ 1,000,000 (RR) US$ 1,900,000 (OR)


UNESCO:

US$ 250,000 (OR)


UNAIDS:

US$ 100,000 (OR)






Country Team Programme Outcomes


Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years


3.2 Capacity of MOH and key stakeholders to provide access to a full PMTCT package strengthened to cover at least 22,000 pregnant women and their newborns


3.2.1 Protocols and policy related to PMTCT developed and regularly reviewed by MISAU (UNICEF, WHO, UNFPA)
3.2.2 In UN supported PMTCT sites, uptake of ARV prophylaxis for HIV+ women and children increased from 47% to 70% and acceptance of testing for pregnant women increased from 71% to 85% (UNICEF, WHO, WFP)
3.2.3 A communication strategy aimed at creating an enabling environment at community level to increase the utilization of the PMTCT services adopted and implemented by key stakeholders (UNICEF, WHO)
3.2.4 Follow up system for mothers abandoning PMTCT service prior to completion designed and implemented at half of the PMTCT sites (UNICEF, WHO)
3.2.5 The national HIV/AIDS information system strengthened to generate high quality disaggregated data on uptake, defaulting, and successful compliance of prophylaxis for the child in PMTCT services (UNICEF, WHO)

Government: (MOH and provincial departments): Coordination and harmonization, provide technical assistance, support coordination, quality control, and service delivery.

Civil Society: (MSF, HAI, CUAMM): Provide technical assistance, support coordination, quality control.
Bilateral/Multilateral development partners: (USAID, CDC, GTZ, Columbia University): Implementation support.



UNICEF:

US$ 1,000,000 (RR) US$ 4,700,000 (OR)


WHO:

US$ 800,000 (OR)


WFP:

US$ 2,300,000 (OR)


UNFPA:

US$ 30,000 (RR)








Country Team Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years


3.3 Increased capacity of MOH and key stakeholders to improve coverage from 13 % to 50 % of PLWHA, with emphasis on children, benefiting from a standard support package in at least one of the following areas: ARV therapy, prophylaxis and treatment of OIs, nutritional support, HBC and counseling.


3.3.1 Qualified health staff in all district hospitals adequately trained (WHO, UNICEF)

3.3.2 National protocols updated, approved and distributed in all facilities providing the standard support package (WHO, UNICEF)

3.3.3 All facilities providing the standard support package (including nutrition) for adults, women and children are efficiently and adequately supplied with necessary drugs and other relevant items (WHO, UNICEF, WFP)
3.3.4 60% public and 80% of private institutions have adopted and implemented a policy on HIV/AIDS in the workplace (WHO, UNIDO, UNESCO)
3.3.5 Capacity for collection and management of routine health information and epidemiological surveillance reinforced (WHO, UNICEF, UNAIDS)



Government: (MOH, MMAS, Provincial departments): Coordination and harmonization, provide technical assistance, support coordination, quality control, and service delivery.
Civil Society: (MSF, Santa Egidio, Pathfinder): Provide technical assistance, support coordination, quality control.
Bilateral/Multilateral development partners: (CIDA, Belgium, CDC, USAID) Implementation support.


WHO:

US$1,500,000 (OR)


UNICEF:

US$ 800,000 (RR)

US$ 4,600,000 (OR)
WFP:

US$ 11,300,000 (OR)






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Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners



Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years


3.4 At least 165,000 OVC (or 15 per cent of Plan of Action for OVC target), together with their families, have access to basic services and social protection.



3.4.1 Strengthened capacity of duty bearers (government and civil society) and right holders (communities, households and OVC) to ensure access to, and use of, basic services and safety nets (UNICEF, FAO, WFP, UNIDO)
3.4.2 Improved coordination and M&E capacity of MMAS at national and provincial level (UNICEF, WFP, FAO, WHO) 3.4.3 Duty bearers have adopted implemented and disseminated legal instruments that relate to protection and prevention of discrimination of PLWHA and OVC (UNICEF, FAO)


Government (MMAS, INAS, MEC/MISAU, MIINAG, CFJJ, INE, CNCS): Coordination between various line ministries to ensure a national response, provide technical assistance, support coordination, quality control, and service delivery.
NGOs/CSOs/Private Sector (ASVIMO, ACDI-VOCA, Kubasirana, HAI, HIV/Alliance, DSF, RENSIDA, FDC, Save the Children): Provide technical assistance, support coordination, quality control.
Bilateral/Multilateral development partners: CIDA, DFID, USAID, Netherlands, UK, Germany, Irish) Implementation support.


UNICEF:

US$ 653,000 (RR) US$ 5,900,000 (OR)

WFP:

US$ 39,000,000 (OR)

UNIDO:

US$ 1,500,000 (OR)


FAO:

US$ 5,000,000 (OR)


WHO:

US$ 350,000 (OR)







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Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years


3.5 Provincial and district plans have mainstreamed HIV/AIDS and gender, including corresponding resources for implementation.



3.5.1 A National Mechanism to build a critical mass of Government and Civil Society experts in mainstreaming HIV/AIDS and Gender established (UNDP, UNAIDS, UNICEF, UNFPA, UNESCO)
3.5.2 HIV/AIDS and Gender mainstreaming tools and methodology applied by 180 District and Provincial planners and programme implementers (UNDP, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNESCO, FAO)
3.5.3 HIV/AIDS and Gender mainstreaming tools and methodology applied by 10 large national CSOs in their planning and implementation processes (UNDP, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNESCO)

3.5.4 Capacity of 10 large national CSOs to develop and implement proposals meeting NAC standards to access funding strengthened, including making interventions social and culturally adapted to their target groups. (UNDP, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNIDO, UNESCO)

3.5.5 Capacity of 10 large national CSOs in Organizational Development strengthened (UNDP, UNAIDS, UNFPA, UNESCO)
3.5.6 The Provincial Poverty Monitoring System strengthened to monitor HIV/AIDS and Gender Mainstreaming (UNDP, UNAIDS, UNICEF, UNFPA and UNESCO)



Government: (MPD) within the framework of PARPA M&E Project, NAC, capacity building project; MMAS with relation to the gender component and G20, as members of the Poverty Observatory.

NGOs/CSOs/Private Sector: (MONASO, KUYAKANA, RENSIDA, ECOSIDA, World Vision, Save the Children MSF and others): Provide technical assistance, support coordination, quality control.
Bilateral/Multilateral development partners: (DFID, DANIDA, DCI, NORAD, Flanders Government, SIDA, WB): Implementation support.


UNDP:

US$ 1,000,000 (RR)

US$ 3,000,000 (OR)
UNAIDS:

US$ 250,000 (OR)


UNICEF:

US$ 200,000 (RR)

US$ 300,000 (OR)
UNESCO:

US$ 50,000 (RR)


FAO:

US$ 100,000 (OR)


UNIDO:

$50,000 (OR)







Country Team Programme Outcomes

Country Programme Outputs

Role of Implementing / Collaborating Partners


Resource mobilization Targets in US$

Over 3 years


3.6 A single, unified and coherent national monitoring and evaluation system that collects and disseminates high quality disaggregated data to inform, support and evaluate the national HIV/AIDS response strengthened


3.6.1 One integrated and well-defined national M&E operational plan developed, fully costed and funded by at least 50% (UNAIDS, UNICEF)
3.6.2 Capacity of NAC at all levels, and other key stakeholders to conduct and apply operational research findings to inform evidence-based HIV and AIDS programming enhanced (UNAIDS, UNICEF, WHO, UNFPA)
3.6.3 National and provincial HIV/AIDS financial tracking system to effectively and efficiently track HIV/AIDS financial flows and expenditures established (UNAIDS, UNICEF, WHO)
3.6.4 Linkages between existing HIV/AIDS data management systems strengthened (UNAIDS, UNICEF, WHO, UNFPA)
3.6.5 All 27 national standardised multi-sectoral HIV/AIDS indicators monitored (UNAIDS, UNICEF)


Government: (MISAU, MoF, MPD, MEC, MMAS, MINAG, INE, CNCS): Coordination and harmonization of the M&E provide technical assistance, support coordination, quality control, and service delivery.

NGOs/CSOs/Private Sector: (MONASO, KUYAKANA, RENSIDA, ECOSIDA, World Vision, Save the Children MSF and others): Provide technical assistance, support coordination, quality control.

Bilateral development partners: (DFID, USAID, CDC, DANIDA, DCI, NORAD, SIDA, WB): Implementation support.



UNAIDS:

US$ 200,000 (OR)


UNICEF:

US$ 500,000 (RR)

US$ 600,000 (OR)
WHO:

US$ 50,000 (OR)


UNFPA:

US$ 400,000 (OR)



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