Seite 1Expert TalkExpert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013Steps For The FutureSabaCentra-Webinars , 18.05.2013Yvonne Schönemann
Seite 2TopicsExpert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013 Steps For The Future The film ‚The Moment‘ SV PROFILE | Steps For The Future Assignment / main activitites / indicators Results (products / achievements against indicators) Further possibilites to collaborate with Steps For The Future Challenges
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Seite 5Who is Steps For The Future?Expert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013 NGO, founded in South Africa in 2001 Values such as respect, equality and participation form the foundation ofthe work of Steps For The Future Methods: Production of documentaries (not dramas) and short films Facilitated screenings
Seite 6Who is Steps For The Future?Expert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013Steps For The Future offers: large network of partner organizations in 10 countries in Southern Africa Training and supervision of trainers of facilitators and facilitators Communication network of all stakeholders 38 documentary films (4-74 minutes)
Seite 7Who is Steps For The Future?Expert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013like…‘The Moment ‘by Siyabonga Makhatini Curious Pictures8 minutes, South Africa
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Seite 13Steps For The Future | SV PROFILEAssignment (1)Expert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013 Consulting contract with Steps For The Future 1.12.2011 – 31.052012 Budget 136.000 €Main activities: A manual for facilitators for three selected films about SRHR andHIV and AIDS Translations of these films in other languages Implementation of three workshops each in Namibia, South Africaand Malawi with partner organizations and representatives of Steps /and GIZ. Topics of the workshops were the methodology of Steps,the films and possible fields of cooperation
Seite 14STEPS For The Future – SV PROFILEAssignment (2)Expert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013 Completion of at least 30moderated screenings (targetgroup: PLWHA, self-help groups,NGOs, health organizations,policy makers) Integration of the movie PhilipWetu (GIZ program GH Namibia)
Seite 15Steps For The Future | SV PROFILEIndicatorsExpert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.20131. Increased use of the films at partner organizations and health programsin the region (distribution list, questionnaire)2. Increased dialogue and exchange of information on HIV and AIDS andother issues around reproductive health (screening reports)3. Increased motivation of the audience to learn about possible supportand treatment in the field of PMTCT (screening reports, focus groupdiscussions, questionnaires)
Seite 16Steps For The Future | SV PROFILEResults / ProductsExpert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013 Manual for facilitators has beencompleted and sent to partners Movies have been translated into fourlanguages Five instead of three workshops wereconducted 39 facilitated screenings wereconducted in Namibia, Botswana,Malawi and South Africa.Approximately 3000 people werereached
Seite 17Steps For The Future | SV PROFILE –Achievments agains indicator 1Expert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013Increased use of the films at partner organizations and health programs inthe region 87 representative of GIZ, local partners, National AIDS Council, NGOsand other representative of various government departments attendedthe workshop 300 films and manuals were distributed to moderators 39 moderated screenings were conducted with 25 partner organizations
Seite 18Steps For The Future | SV PROFILE -Achievements against indicator 2Expert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013Increased dialogue and exchange of information on HIV and AIDS andother topics related to reproductive health Feedback from facilitators and the analysis of the reports showed thatthe moderated screenings have triggered discussions around HIV andAIDS and reproductive health. Following topics were e.g. discussed: Specific needs of discordant couples, HIV testing in a fixedrelationship, lack of access to information, gender, lack of safer sexpractices, the rights of women for reproductive health, poverty, etc. Facilitators were also asked for help after the screenings. They thenrefer them to appropriate professional bodies.
Seite 19Steps For The Future | SV PROFILE –Achievements against indicator 3Expert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013Increased motivation of the audience to learn about possible supportand treatment in the field of PMTCT. Below are some quotes from thescreenings: "I gained more knowledge on the importance of going for testing asa couple before marriage" "Discordant people can still exist in our communities. What we havelearned is being so open with your partner, love him / her and followmedical advice, we can stay long and healthier " "People living with HIV have a right to get married and be married,lets not discriminate persons living with HIV"
Seite 20Possible Fields of Cooperation now and laterExpert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013 Making use of the network and the expertise of Steps in order toenhance the internal and external mainstreaming of GIZ. Ministries and their parastatal and private partners could include themethodology into their HIV/wellness workplace programs. Include Steps methodology into the design of GIZ health, educationand/or youth programs in Southern Africa since the methodology ofSteps has the potential to enhance national programs. Create further evidence in order to convince decisions makers toinclude the methodology of Steps into national programs.
Seite 21Challenges / Undertakings / By Whom (1)Expert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013Challenges Undertakings By whomEven though a powerful methodology,it is not utilized.Promote and distribute the Stepsapproach to other GIZ-Programs inSouthern and Eastern Africa (technicaltalk to sector network health, meetingwith speakers of the HIV focal pointnetwork, make use of intra and internetplatforms and webpages)SV-PROFILE and potentially GIZspeakers of the HIV focal pointnetworkThere is a high turnover of staffwithin GIZ and also withingovernmental offices. It happens thatownership was created and activitiesstarted, but stopped again becausesomebody new took over.Follow-up and refresher –trainings withnew GIZ and national staff in theconcerned countriesSV-PROFILEEvidence not yet sufficient Conduct evaluation SV-PROFILE, GIZ programsIn some countries, GIZ is not veryactive in implementing the internaland external mainstreaming.Start with the active ones and incitethe others laterSV PROFILE, GIZ Network speakersof HIV Focal Points
Seite 22Challenges / Undertakings / By Whom (2)Expert Talk | Steps For The Future14.06.2013Challenges Undertakings By whomThe films, the training of trainers andfacilitators and the equipment needsfunding. Therefore, they need to beincorporated into operational plans(national and/or projects) with clearbudget lines.Incorporate budget line into GIZprograms and/or encourage localpartners to do so.GIZ programms working with StepsFor The FutureThe network of organisations, trainersand facilitators needs ongoingmentoring, skills development,incentives and monitoring of thefacilitators and their screeningprograms to ensure qualityEnsure these needs a met GIZ programms working with Steps ForThe FutureThe dynamics of the pandemic iscontinuously changing. There are alsocountry specific issuesEnsure that right topics a coveredthrough the used films. If not, new filmproductions needs to be produced byStepsGIZ programms working with StepsFor The FutureIn order for such programs to besustainable, they need to be takenover by national programs.Experiences show, that as soon as thefunding is not provided anymore, theprograms collapse. However, donorscans still introduce, convince andprovide evidence for these programsIntroduce, convince and provideevidence for these programsGIZ programms in Southern andEastern Africa
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