Results Report 2016. The Global Fund. (2016)

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This report delivers a summary of the impact and results achieved by end 2015 by programs supported by the Global Fund, showing cumulative progress since 2002. It is a collective effort, combining the strong contributions made by governments, civil society, the private sector and people affected by HIV, TB and malaria.

 

 

Keywords: HIV, TB, human rights, gender, health care

 


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Regional Impact Report: Asia-Pacific Region. The Global Fund. (2016)

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The Global Fund is partnering with governments, medical experts, advocates, civil society and people living with HIV, TB and malaria to fight the three diseases in the Asia-Pacific region.1 A total of US$6.6 billion has been invested in treating and preventing the diseases in the Asia-Pacific region, and in building more resilient and sustainable systems for health. This equates to approximately one-quarter of total Global Fund financial resources.


Keywords: HIV, ART, TB, treatment, women, girls


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Innov8 Approach for Reviewing National Health Programmes to Leave No One Behind: Technical Handbook. WHO. (2016)

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The Innov8 technical handbook is a user-friendly resource as part of the Innov8 approach for reviewing national health programmes to leave no one behind.
It gives detailed guidance and exercise sheets for each of the 8 steps of analysis that comprise the review process and includes background readings, country examples and analytical activities.

 

Keywords: National health programs, gender identity, rights

 

 

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Technical Guidance for Prioritizing Adolescent Health. UNFPA and WHO. (2017)

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This technical guidance, developed by the UNFPA- and WHO-led Adolescent Working Group of Every Woman Every Child, aims to support countries to both advocate for increased investments in adolescent health and to guide strategic choices and decision-making for such investments to be reflected in national development policies, strategies or plans. It describes a systematic process for identifying the needs, priorities and actions for adolescents to survive, thrive and transform their societies as envisioned through the Global Strategy of Every Woman Every Child. Data sources, resources and tools for conducting a situation assessment and prioritization exercise are also included.


Keywords: HIV, STI, adolescents, young people, sexual and reproductive health 

 

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Provider Initiated Testing and Counselling for Presumptive TB Cases and TB Patients: Training Manual for Laboratory Technicians. Central TB Division and National AIDS Control Organization. (2016)

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While TB is commonest opportunistic infection (OI) in HIV-infected individuals, HIV infection is an important risk factor for acquiring TB infection and its progression to active TB. HIV/TB together is a fatal combination with extremely high death rates (15 to 18%) reported among HIV-infected TB cases notified under Revised National TB Control Programme (RNTCP). Overall, TB is estimated to cause about 25% of all deaths among PLHIV in India.


Keywords: TB, HIV, PLHIV, diagnosis, testing and counselling

 

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HIV/TB Module for Health Care Workers. Central TB Division and National AIDS Control Organization. (2016)

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HIV-TB training module is developed in coordination with NACO and the Central TB Division to build the capacity of the staff of the programme’s Sub Recipient partner organizations who in turn will train the staff of CSCs to address this key health priority. This training module covers the skills and strategies required in Vihaan staff at every level to ensure that HIV-TB co-infection is promptly and properly addressed. While emphasis is made on responding to the needs of clients at service level, the module will also describe coordination mechanisms developed at national, state and district level.


Keywords: HIV, TB, PLHIV, awareness, co-infection

 

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Guide to Supervsion, Monitoring and Evaluation of TB HIV Collaborative Activities. Central TB Division and National AIDS Control Organization. (2016)

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This guide to Supervision, Monitoring and Evaluation (SM&E ) has been developed to assist the program managers and staff of RNTCP and NACP programmes at various levels to effectively implement collaborative TB-HIV activities. It is intended to facilitate the quality implementation of TB HIV collaborative activities, collection of standardized data, and help in the interpretation and dissemination of these data for programme improvement. It also aims to ensure uniformity across all stakeholders involved in TB-HIV collaborative activities and harmonisation of data collection at various levels by developing a core set of globally accepted, standardized indicators for monitoring and evaluating programme performance. The data collected using these standardized indicators will provide further evidence for policies related to collaborative TB/HIV activities.


Keywords: TB-HIV, ART, diagnosis, treatment

 

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Integrated Training Module for HIV/TB Collaborative Activities. Central TB Division and National AIDS Control Organization. (2015)

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India has had a National Tuberculosis Programme (NTP) since 1962. However, a comprehensive review of the NTP in 1992 found that the NTP had not achieved its aims or targets. Based on the recommendations of the 1992 review, the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP), incorporating the components of the internationally recommended DOTS strategy for the control of TB, was developed. RNTCP has now been implemented in the country for more than a decade, and has been expanded geographically to achieve nation-wide coverage in March 2006. The spread of human immuno-deficiency virus (HIV) during the last two decades, emergence of various forms of drug resistant TB and vast and unregulated private sector pose additional challenges in effective TB control.

 

Keywords: HIV, TB, diagnosis, treatment, prevention

 

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Pacific Community 2015 Results Report. Pacific Community. (2016)

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The Pacific Community 2015 Results Report provides an overview of the positive changes achieved by Pacific Community members through SPC’s technical, scientific, research, policy and training services. It is the final report against the 2013–2015 Corporate Strategic Plan and associated results framework, and the strategic objectives set for the three-year period ending December 2015.


Keywords: HIV, health, gender, youth, women, empowerment

 

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Learning Guide: The Global Fund Processes for Transgender Communities. The Asia and Pacific Transgender Network (APTN). (2016)

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The Robert Carr civil society Networks Fund (RCNF) is the first international ‘pooled’ fund that specifically aims to strengthen international networks around the world in the area of HIV. In 2014, RCNF entered into a partnership with the Global Fund to expand and strengthen meaningful engagement of key populations and women across Global Fund related processes and platforms. APTN was one of the grant recipients of RCNF’s Global Fund Special Initiative and acknowledges RCNF support. 

The Global Fund Learning Guide is prepared to build knowledge and advocacy skills of transgender communities in Asia on the functions and processes of the Global Fund and how best to monitor support for transgender-related activities.


Keywords: national, funding, strategy, human rights, community

 

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