#endAIDS: Increasing Impact through Transparency, Accountability, and Partnerships
Working within a public health approach that promotes a comprehensive continuum of HIV care, treatment, and prevention, HP+ works with host-country partners to address the HIV epidemic and increase impact.
This #WorldAIDSDay, we asked, "How does your work promote transparency, accountability, and partnerships to #EndAIDS?" Here's what you said.
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"We're helping PEPFAR and its implementing partners form meaningful
partnerships with key populations and other marginalized groups." – Ashley Gibbs
Malawi, we're providing technical support to the Ministry of Health and coordinating private sector and civil society to compliment government efforts to promote a Total Market Approach using innovative tools in implementing comprehensive, condom programming." – HP+ Malawi
Tanzania, we're strengthening accountability by using mobile technology to enable citizens to give feedback on the quality and availability of HIV and other health services." – Rebecca Mbuya-Brown
We are generating data to drive accountability and ensure people/youth/
adolescents living with HIV are at the forefront of our approach. – Julie Chitty
sustainable HIV financing requires partnerships and all stakeholders working towards the same clearly-defined objectives. This way, implementing partners can appropriately support the government to maximize the impact of its efforts towards eradicating HIV in Kenya. HP+ works towards enhancing partnerships for a common approach." – Theresa W. Ndavi
"We're supporting the
Kenya government to enhance accountability in the national HIV programme through regular and accurate performance reporting." – Shelvin Mairura
"My work promotes
financial transparency for HIV programs in Senegal." – Elise Lang
"We're increasing Impact through partnerships via costing and monitoring and evaluation support for
Mozambique's Global Fund application." – Ricardo Silva & Juan Dent
gender & sexual diversity concepts, terminology, and meaningful engagement, PEPFAR, implementing partners, and others hold themselves accountable to the communities they work in and the projects they support." – Ryan Ubuntu Olson
"In Kenya, we're supporting the government to
cost HIV services to enhance transparency and identify new, potential sources of funds. With adequate funds, we can finally end the threat of HIV and AIDS in Kenya." – David Khaoya
Our work supports partnerships with organizations like the National Council for the Fight Against AIDS in Senegal."
– Ron MacInnis and Papa Amadou Niang Diallo
"The bottom line is,
governments need to be accountable to their citizens for provision of adequate healthcare. Working with developing countries that are struggling to cope with the HIV and AIDS epidemic, to guide them in policy development towards that long-term, sustainable goal, makes our work very satisfying!" – Barbara Rieckhoff
"In Tanzania, we are building partnerships to increase access to and uptake of
stigma free services for adolescents and young people." – HP+ Tanzania
"We're developing and strengthening partnerships across sectors to
improve the health outcomes of children living with HIV in Tanzania and globally." – Yasameen Panjshiri