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Sectoral Mainstreaming of HIV and              AIDS           Presented by:          Regina Ombam    Head - Strategy Devel...
Background information      Population: 38,610,097 million people. (Kenya       Population and Housing Census 2009).    ...
Description of contextThematic Group supports the development of aMedium Term development Strategy thatEffectively address...
Key interventions   Capacity building of the members from the    sectors based on the emerging issues in    the national ...
Approaches adoptedFacilitation of development of Medium TermCounty plans.Forums to assess the progress in the sectors.NATI...
Methodologies, and strategiesThe HIV Thematic Group has three technicalworking groups aligned to the Pillars ofVision 2030...
Resources requiredHuman Permanent secretaries or their representatives in  the ministries and Sector Working Groups.Finan...
Challenges and counter-         strategies employedChallengeHaving HIV and AIDS activities prioritized inThe Sector workin...
Evidence of success and                achievements    Reduction in incidence rates and improvement     of quality of lif...
Lessons learntBy employing this strategy, progress hasbeen registered in the policy and legalenvironment and evidence base...
Conclusions and                  RecommendationsConclusion.A Thematic group is key to ensure that HIV and AIDSis meaningfu...
Details of what others can gain              from the model.Model helps in; Identification of the emerging issues and  pr...
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Sectoral mainstreaming of HIV and AIDS

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Regina Ombam - NACC, Kenya

  1. 1. Sectoral Mainstreaming of HIV and AIDS Presented by: Regina Ombam Head - Strategy Development (NACC) NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL
  2. 2. Background information  Population: 38,610,097 million people. (Kenya Population and Housing Census 2009).  Number of new infections: 91,000 annually  HIV Prevalence: (KDHS)Year 1999 2001 2003 2009Prevalence 13.95% 15% 6.7% 6.3% NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL
  3. 3. Description of contextThematic Group supports the development of aMedium Term development Strategy thatEffectively addresses the challenge of HIV andAIDS Epidemic in order to move the economytoward a growth trajectory and achieve the 10percent economic growth rate by the end of theplan period.This thematic group critically evaluates sectoralHIV policies, programmes and projects that aimat reducing mortality, ill-health, increase innumber of orphans and vulnerable children,poverty and inequality while meeting theMillennium CONTROL COUNCIL Goals.NATIONAL AIDS Development
  4. 4. Key interventions Capacity building of the members from the sectors based on the emerging issues in the national HIV and AIDS response. Technical support in drawing strategies and HIV work place policies to address HIV and AIDS in the sectors and assessing progress. Facilitation of referrals and strengthening of linkages between the sectors and service providers.NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL
  5. 5. Approaches adoptedFacilitation of development of Medium TermCounty plans.Forums to assess the progress in the sectors.NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL
  6. 6. Methodologies, and strategiesThe HIV Thematic Group has three technicalworking groups aligned to the Pillars ofVision 2030 with representations from specificsectors under each pillar.The pillars include; Economic, Social and PoliticalThe TWGs assess the effect of HIV and AIDS onthe sectors and the key issues to be addressedrelation to HIV and AIDS.NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL
  7. 7. Resources requiredHuman Permanent secretaries or their representatives in the ministries and Sector Working Groups.Financial Resource allocation under the Medium Term Expenditure Framework. NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL
  8. 8. Challenges and counter- strategies employedChallengeHaving HIV and AIDS activities prioritized inThe Sector working group plans.Funding and utilization of the allocated funds.Counter – Strategy Participation in the drafting of the medium Plans for the vision 2030 to ensure HIV and AIDS activities are planned for. Reviewing of the county plans and reports.NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL
  9. 9. Evidence of success and achievements Reduction in incidence rates and improvement of quality of life for both infected and affected (Study sector and Cost benefit analysis of employee wellness programme reports). HIV and AIDS mainstreamed in all the sectors with the strategies employed based on the emerging issue (Sector documented best practices). NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL
  10. 10. Lessons learntBy employing this strategy, progress hasbeen registered in the policy and legalenvironment and evidence basedinnovative multi-sectoral nationalresponse interventions identified in order toreduce the HIV prevalence and improveservice delivery in form of treatment and careacross all the sectors.NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL
  11. 11. Conclusions and RecommendationsConclusion.A Thematic group is key to ensure that HIV and AIDSis meaningfully mainstreamed in all the sectors, itHelps review progress in the national HIV and AIDSresponse and puts in place mechanisms that willensure that the gains made are not reversed.Recommendations.Leadership and governance is a force to drive theprocess while embracing the participatory approach forThe Multi-sectoral national HIV and AIDS response. NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL
  12. 12. Details of what others can gain from the model.Model helps in; Identification of the emerging issues and prioritizing HIV and AIDS response in all the sectors and the, Consolidation of the critical enablers of the HIV response to inform policy. The model is workable and can be replicated by all the sectors both public and private. Other countries can also employ the same model to address HIV and AIDS. NATIONAL AIDS CONTROL COUNCIL

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