THE MULTISECTORAL APPROACH, INVESTMENT
THINKING AND NATIONAL AIDS RESPONSE
COORDINATION

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The Investment Framework
CRITICAL
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Social enablers
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  1. 1. THE MULTISECTORAL APPROACH, INVESTMENT THINKING AND NATIONAL AIDS RESPONSE COORDINATION MESFIN GETAHUN & BENJAMIN OFOSU-KORANTENG NOVEMBER 2013 ADDIS ABABA
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  6. 6. The Investment Framework CRITICAL ENABLERS Social enablers • Political commitment & advocacy • Laws, policies & practices • Community mobilization • Stigma reduction • Mass media • Local responses, to change risk environment BASIC PROGRAMME ACTIVITIES Key populations Behaviour change Children & mothers OBJECTIVES Stopping new infections Condoms Programme enablers • Community-centered design & delivery • Programme communication • Management & incentives • Production & distribution • Research & innovation Care & treatment Male circumcision SYNERGIES WITH DEVELOPMENT SECTORS Social protection; Education; Legal Reform; Gender equality; Poverty reduction; Gender-based violence; Health systems (incl. treatment of STIs, blood safety); Community systems; Employer practices. Keeping people alive
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