Form partnerships to strengthen programmes
Partnerships are key to expanding HIV prevention programmes. Government, UN organizations, donors, businesses, and civil society organizations - including youth networks - can work together to reach more young people more efficiently with HIV prevention services.
This report discusses existing models of social contracting in nine countries, and the challenges, lessons learned and next steps to promote government uptake of social contracting.
Open Society Foundations, Global Fund, UNDP, 2017
Template for a social contracting agreement between a government entity and a civil society organization, to implement a government-funded programme.
National AIDS Control Organisation, India, 2016
Defines multisectoral coordination and describes the key capabilities required for it, both for individuals and organizations.
Based on case examples from 36 countries, this report discusses how multisectoral collaboration is triggered, the range of policy areas covered by collaboration, and the issues raised and lessons learned from implementation.
This report describes the strategy of the Government of India to form partnerships among 26 government ministries, civil society and the private sector to reduce HIV risk, improve access to prevention and care services and social protection, and to reduce stigma.
National AIDS Control Organisation, India, 2013
These three MoUs outline how the respective ministries of the Government of India will mainstream HIV prevention into their policies and programmes.
Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation
Ministry of Labour and Employment
Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities
National AIDS Control Organisation, India, 2013-2017
A framework for a system to streamline and coordinate children's access to services for social welfare, social protection, justice and health. It provides standard operating procedures and associated forms, details on case conferencing, and a list of the roles and responsibilities of various ministries.
Ministry of Public Services, Labour and Social Welfare, Zimbabwe, 2017
Guidelines issued by four government departments on their roles in integrating sexual and reproductive health services into disaster risk reduction and management protocols.
Government of the Philippines, 2017
A selection of economic empowerment initiatives developed around the world as part of the Stepping Up, Stepping Out project, implemented by Aidsfonds with sex worker organizations, and backed up by sex-worker led research. It includes results, practical tips and lessons learned.