HIV policy scan and action planning is a country-specific approach to, first, identify and address policy barriers related to gaps in the HIV continuum of care, treatment, and prevention and, then, to build a concrete strategy and action plan to rapidly resolve the identified policy barriers. Drawing from multiple legal environment assessment methodologies, the HIV policy scan and action planning process ensures policy analysis, action planning, and advocacy are done within current contexts related to human rights, gender, and the role of civil society in the national HIV response. This manual outlines the adaptable four-step policy scan and action planning process and provides tools to support each step in the process.
Health Policy Plus. 2018. HIV Policy Scan and Action Planning: Activity Design Manual. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00T-6HB
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