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Implementation

The joint UNAIDS/UNFPA SRHR and HIV Linkages project in Southern Africa focuses its work on linking SRHR-HIV at policy and system level and modelling integrated SRH and HIV at service delivery level. The third results area focuses on strengthening integrated monitoring and evaluation (M&E), generating evidence and documenting good practices, as well as sharing these experiences through South-South collaboration. The theory of change that has informed the project is adapted from the work by the Inter-Agency Working Group on SRH and HIV Linkages.

Theory of Change for the joint UNAIDS/UNFPA SRHR and HIV Linkages project in Southern Africa

Theory of Change for the joint UNAIDS/UNFPA SRHR and HIV Linkages project in Southern Africa

Although the project had a slow start in Lesotho, Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe due to limited capacity, significant progress has been made in all seven participating countries from adapting and strengthening SRHR and HIV policies and strategies, including systems for the provision of integrated SRH-HIV service delivery.

Piloting of integration indicators has taken place and two ‘integration’ indicators have been endorsed and are part of a global compendium of indicators for SRH-HIV linkages/integration, and a growing volume of knowledge-based material is being generated through project activities.

 

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