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The purpose of this document is to outline the national priorities for the national response to HIV and AIDS for the period 2010 to 2016. These priorities are based on the evidence accumulated locally and are augmented by international best practices. The overall philosophy behind the Second National Strategic Framework is one of prioritization, focus, and intensification. It is through collective and concentrated efforts around these priorities that we will be able to maximize the impact of the national response.
The Zimbabwe National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan (ZNASP) is a five-year 2011 to 2015, multi-sectoral framework developed to inform and guide the national response towards achieving zero new infections, zero discrimination and zero AIDS related deaths by 2015. The development of the plan is premised on human rights based planning approach that is complemented by evidence and results based management approaches.
“The AU Youth Volunteer Corps is a continental development program that recruits and works with youth volunteers, for deployment in all 54 countries across the Union.”
SAfAIDS thrive to use evidence-based information to design and implement its programmes. With support from Research Triangle Institute, SAfAIDS is one of the partners implementing the Gender Challenge Initiative funded by the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (HHS/CDC).
Launched in August 2011, the YWL regional programme focuses on building leadership skills and capacity of 9 young women aged 18-24years from Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe, to become leaders and champions in sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), HIV and GBV prevention, gender equality and sexual rights in their respective communities. The programme is a 3-tier training which focuses on empowering young women to serve as advocates, enhancing their knowledge and skills to reclaim their Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), and building innovative thinking - as the basis for nurturing young women advocates who are conversant, passionate and devoted to raising awareness of SRHR, gender equality and LGBTI issues in Africa.
SAfAIDS is working with local and international partners to bolster HIV prevention efforts in Swaziland with a focus on treatment as prevention. Under the MaxArt-For Better Health and Zero New HIV Infection project, SAfAIDS works with community based organizations, government traditional and political leaders to mobilise communities to take the lead, know their HIV status and get treated.