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Continental Priorities in the
AIDS Response
Presentation outline
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Africa Health Strategy
Abuja Declarations
African Plan on eMTCT
AU Roadmap on AIDS, TB and Malaria...
NEW HEALTH INITIATIVES SINCE 2000...
Multilateral agencies

State and Parastatal organisations
Gavi

BAD

Ministry of
Finance

World bank

UNFPA
13 MoH
Departm...
Africa Health Strategy: 2007-2015
• Highlights main challenges faced by African health
systems and outlines a broad strate...
Abuja Declarations on AIDS, tuberculosis
and malaria
• Abuja Declarations (2000 and 2001)- set the
frameworks to reverse t...
African Union eMTCT Plan
Domesticates the eMTCT Global Plan based on three
major pillars with outcomes at continental, reg...
African Union Roadmap on AIDS, TB and
Malaria (2012-2015)
• Structured around three strategic pillars—diversified
financin...
AWA Revitalisation
• AWA revitalisation strategy developed;
• AWA Secretariat established;
• AWA consultative experts and ...
AU Strategic Plan 2014-2017
• Promotes Africa‘s human capacity development
through the prioritisation of Primary Health Ca...
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kind attention
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  1. 1. Continental Priorities in the AIDS Response
  2. 2. Presentation outline - Africa Health Strategy Abuja Declarations African Plan on eMTCT AU Roadmap on AIDS, TB and Malaria Response in Africa - AWA revitalization - AU Strategic Plan 2014-2015
  3. 3. NEW HEALTH INITIATIVES SINCE 2000...
  4. 4. Multilateral agencies State and Parastatal organisations Gavi BAD Ministry of Finance World bank UNFPA 13 MoH Departments WHO UNAIDS Global Fund IHP+ UNHCR Schools of Public Health 11 Provincial Ministries of Health 11 provincial management team Faculties of Medicine Ministry of Education BCECO Bilateral Funding / Technical agencies WFP UNICEF Fonds Social de la République 53 specialised programs IMF EU MOH (15 Staff) 13 Donor Government program coordination committees BTC CTB ACDI GTZ VVOB USAID SIDA Apefe DFID Salvation army ECHO BASICS Memisa MSF Belgium Merlin BDOM Sanru Louvain development Fometro Caritas Damian Foundation Cemubac ECC Asrames World Vision PSF-CI CRS INGO's (Emergency) [Source: Porignon, WHO, 2008] Cordaid Novib Oxfam GB Int and Nat NGO's (Development and church related) More than 200 health partners
  5. 5. Africa Health Strategy: 2007-2015 • Highlights main challenges faced by African health systems and outlines a broad strategic framework for African nations to achieve the health-related MDGs; • Focuses on health systems strengthening with the goal of reducing the disease burden through improved resources, systems, policies and management; • Advocates for African countries to promote all aspects of Human Resources for Health.
  6. 6. Abuja Declarations on AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria • Abuja Declarations (2000 and 2001)- set the frameworks to reverse the impact of the AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria epidemics in Africa; • Abuja Call (2006)-renewed commitment for Universal Access to services and provides indicators for M&E on progress; • Abuja Declaration (2013) notes significant progress and calls for elimination of the three diseases by 2030.
  7. 7. African Union eMTCT Plan Domesticates the eMTCT Global Plan based on three major pillars with outcomes at continental, regional and national levels: • Coverage, access and utilisation of services; • Leadership, accountability and innovative domestic resource mobilisation; • Advocacy and communication.
  8. 8. African Union Roadmap on AIDS, TB and Malaria (2012-2015) • Structured around three strategic pillars—diversified financing, access to medicines and health governance; • Provides a blueprint for practical African-owned solutions to enhance sustainable responses; • Defines goals, expected results, roles and responsibilities to hold stakeholders accountable over a three-year time frame, through 2015.
  9. 9. AWA Revitalisation • AWA revitalisation strategy developed; • AWA Secretariat established; • AWA consultative experts and AWA Heads of State and Government involved in strategic advocacy, resource mobilisation and promoting accountability; • Appointment of Heads of State and Government as AWA regional champions.
  10. 10. AU Strategic Plan 2014-2017 • Promotes Africa‘s human capacity development through the prioritisation of Primary Health Care and Prevention; • Addresses key heath sector challenges primarily AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria; • Promotes result delivery & accountability on universal Access to services.
  11. 11. Thank you for your kind attention
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