We are looking for case studies of community responses to HIV that show evidence of impact. We are writing to you in the hope that you can provide us with examples that can be instructive for other colleagues who are planning programmes and engaged in action to scale up quality responses. Robust community systems are an integral element for success in the response to HIV and the achievement of universal access.
To inform the inclusion and scale up of community responses in National Strategic Plans and Global Fund Concept Notes, UNAIDS and the Stop AIDS Alliance* have requested ASAP (AIDS Strategy Advocacy and Policy) to collect examples of community responses that demonstrate impact and show “what works” to expand service delivery, accessibility and equity.
In order to provide examples of effective community responses we would be very grateful if you could complete the following short survey and also share with us the evidence explaining how your programme has had an impact, The survey is designed to collect promising case studies, which will then be documented and an analysis of the findings will be presented later on in 2014 (expected publication July 2014). You will find the survey here:
Deadline for this survey is 9 May 2014