Aids2012 regional arab network against aids_ranaa

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  • Aids2012 regional arab network against aids_ranaa

    1. 1. Regional/Arab Network Against Aids RANAA
    2. 2. Get to Know RANAALaunched in 2002 in Tunisia – ATL-MST /Sida , incollaboration with UNAIDS and the UNDP HARPAS, RANAAwas initiated by CSOs for the coordination and unification ofaction of CSOs against the spread of HIV/AIDS in the region.
    3. 3. WHO are our members
    4. 4. WHO are our partners
    5. 5. 1.VisionA strong active civil society in the MENA region workingcollectively on HIV/AIDS towards having no newincidents, reaching low rate of mortalities, and ensuringthe rights of PLHIV to live in dignity and have access totreatment & care.
    6. 6. 2. Mission Strengthen the role of CSOs in limiting the spread of HIV/AIDS inthe MENA region Ensure the rights of PLHIV to live in dignity and have access totreatment & care, through enabling its members and providingthem technical supportAct as a regional hub to assure the representation of CSOsthrough networking at the regional and international levels.
    7. 7. : Geographical Coverage. 3Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Djibouti,Egypt ,Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait,Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco,Oman, Palestine, Pakistan, Qatar, SaudiArabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia,United Arab Emirates, Yemen
    8. 8. HOW we choose our activitiesBased on:• Needs assessment• Donors research findings• Equal opportunity : Fairness in geographical coverage• Gender equality
    9. 9. Our Activities 2011• Improve coordination and networking among Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in the region;• Facilitate capacity building to CSOs in the region through regional trainings, workshops and exchange visits; • 3 exchange visits ( Tunisia, Egypt and Lebanon) • 3 sub regional trainings ( Morocco, Lebanon, Sudan) • 1 regional training
    10. 10. Our Activities• Provide technical support to establish national networks;• Ensure better participation of women and PLHIV in decision making;• Represent CSOs in regional and international events;• Offer small grants to members in the region;• Coordinate regional research and advocacy projects;• Help in the creation of regional initiatives addressing HIV.
    11. 11. 4.Strategic Directions SD1 Member Enabler:Training workshops, participation to conferences,dissemination of information, and exposure todifferent funding sources.
    12. 12. 4.Strategic Directions SD2 Regional hub for and on CSOsThe hub will provide relevant information pertainingto HIV/AIDS and offer resources/materials foradvocacy and awareness.
    13. 13. 4.Strategic Directions SD3 Representing and bridging1- Represent its members in regional and globalforums2- Bridging and Connecting between stakeholders,policymakers, academic, governmental institutions,funding agencies, and members of the network.
    14. 14. Thank you…

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