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Universal Access "Rushing Towards the Target"

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This is presentation on Indonesia CSO Meeting with Universal Access team. …

This is presentation on Indonesia CSO Meeting with Universal Access team.
Jakarta, June 8, 2010.

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  • 1. Indonesian UNGASS-AIDS Forum 2010
  • 2.
    • UA and UNGASS-AIDS are the roadmap of MDG’s #6.
    • UA and UNGASS-AIDS utilize Global Indicators – but:
      • UA  Target indicators are achieved through national consensus
      • UNGASS-AIDS  Target indicators are achieved through International/global consencus.
  • 3.
    • Major challenges to universal access in Indonesia remains:
      • Legal barriers for constructive and collaborative participation – discrimination and stigmatization based on sero-status, gender, and sexual orientation  participation of affected communities –TOKENISM?
      • Lack of inter and cross-sectoral coordination
      • Lack of local government commitment
  • 4.
    • Emerging challenges:
      • The withdrawal of major funding sources  threatens existing coverage and scale-up plans, loss of existing capacity in human resources, etc.
      • Lack of engagement of CSO (existing NGOs working in prevention programs) in the GF implementation  self--defeating
  • 5.
    • In addition to those challenges, we have a series of questions. Let’s start with one big Question: What happened when we pass UA target in 2010?
    • Ended
    • or
    • Continued
    • ????
  • 6.
    • Are the indicators relevant and in synergy with national data?
    • Are targets to be set higher?
    • How would low-middle income countries (like Indonesia) pay for the gaps in domestic financing to achieve those UA targets.
    • Is it possible to have a unified template for UNGASS-AIDS – UA – MDG’s reports?
  • 7.
    • Not very clear if UA indicators should be based on the levels of the epidemic of each country or not?
    • How are we going to synchronize M&E based on UA and national indicators?
    • What happened when Indonesia is no longer eligible to receive donor funding? Currently our initiatives are backed up by GF and other donor funding. Will the government commit to invest as meaningfully after 2015?
  • 8.
    • Revise targets and indicators (i.e., PMTCT, ARV Pediatric, mitigation for PLHIV etc) to comply with UA principles (equitable, accessible, affordable, comprehensive, and sustainable)
    • We need to draft our exit strategy scheme now – so we know what to do when we are no longer eligible for foreign funding.
    • We need improved strategy in the allocation of foreign funding to stimulate domestic/national investment.
    • We need to have a clear monitoring work plan so that we know how effective our national investment in sectoral agencies is in our concerted efforts to achieve universal access by 2015.
  • 9.  

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