The “People’s COP 2018” is released today by the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), Positive Women’s Network, SECTION27 and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). This report outlines the key gaps in the national HIV and TB response and the community’s priorities for PEPFAR that have been identified after consultation.
AIDS Activists Push PEPFAR Plans Toward Higher Impact
This year’s PEPFAR COP process benefited from the most participation and effective advocacy we’ve ever seen. In this 3rd year of PEPFAR’s new open reviews, a coalition of groups has increasingly worked to build capacity and knowledge for engaging PEPFAR. As it becomes evident that we can make real, substantive changes that matter for communities, more groups are coming on board, writes Health GAP.
Setting Advocacy Priorities: PEPFAR Country Operational Plans 2017
This week in Johannesburg, South Africa, MSMGF, Health GAP, and AVAC gathered 15 advocates from Botswana, Cote d’Ivoire, Kenya, Uganda, Unites States, and Tanzania to prepare together to advocate for gay men and other men who have sex with men in their national HIV programs. This workshop came before PEPFAR Country and Regional Operational Plan review meetings where officials from 23 countries will review and finalize PEPFAR-supported programs that will be implemented next year.