Summary results framework


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1. To enhance regional and global network capacity

  • Networks provide ISP with a platform, means and skills to influence relevant policy, planning or decision making
  • Networks share organizational and technical expertise
  • Networks disseminate relevant, accessible and transparent information (top-down & bottom-up)
  • Networks collaborate

2. To improve HIV response implementation

  • Networks influence regional, national and global policymaking to improve HIV prevention, treatment, care and support for ISP
  • Networks improve collaboration between governments and civil society
  • Networks increase impact by monitoring, evaluating and disseminating results of implemented HIV response programs
  • Networks support community service organizations to deliver relevant HIV services for ISP

3. To support human rights advocacy

  • Networks identify and address discriminatory legislation and policies
  • Networks identify and address human rights violations, stigma and discrimination of ISP

4. To increase accountability for resources

  • Networks influence governments and donors for sustainable provision of reliable, financial allocation for HIV response programs
  • Networks absorb and effectively allocate an appropriate part of HIV related funding among relevant community service organizations

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