CSOs National Advocacy Meeting to sustain gains and Fast Track response to HIV, TB and Malaria

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The overall objective of this CSO National Advocacy Meeting is to share update on the epidemics (HIV, Malaria and Tuberculosis) increase partners’ comment to accelerate implementation of evidence informed programs in alignment with National Strategy for Transformation and Prosperity (Economic, social and governance) sustainably.

  1. Specific Objectives of the Meeting
  • To share successes, best practices and challenges of CSOs and their contribution to the delivery of prevention, treatment and care support services for HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria.
  • To encourage partners to support CSOs in order to ensure they continue playing a key role in the national HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria response in the future.
  • To further encourage partners to promote sustainability of CSOs through facilitation of Income Generating Activities.
  • EXPECTED RESULTS
  • Current status on the epidemics (HIV, TB and Malaria) and response shared
  • Increased Partners’ commitment to sustain greater involvement of CSOs to Fast Track Response to HIV, TB and Malaria
  • Strategies to accelerate evidence informed civil society’ contribution identified and applied into long term planning
  1. METHODOLOGY

The meeting will adopt a participatory approach where participants are expected to contribute meaningfully to the discussions. The meeting will be moderated by UNAIDS and will include guiding presentations on the progress of HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria programs implemented in Rwanda.

  1. PARTICIPANTS

The advocacy meeting will hold 80 participants coming from CSOs, public institutions, National Programs, UN Agencies, multi- and bilateral organizations:

  1. Government Institutions:
  2. Ministry of Health (MoH), (2)
  3. Rwanda Bio Medical Center (RBC) (3)
  4. Rwanda Governance Board (1)

  1. Civil Society Organizations (Single and Umbrella)
  2. RRP+ (5)
  3. RICH (5)
  4. UPHLS (3)
  5. ABASIRWA (5)
  6. Rwanda NGOs Forum (2)
  7. Imbuto Foundation (1)
  8. ProfemmesTwesehamwe (1)
  9. Kigali Hope Association (1)
  10. Girimpuhwe Association (1)
  11. Amahoro Human Rights Association (1)
  12. Rwanda Civil Society Platform (1)
  13. SFH (1)
  14. AEE Rwanda (1)
  15. Caritas Rwanda (1)
  16. IMRO (1)
  17. SFR (1)
  18. HDI (1)
  19. ANSP+ (3)
  20. FVA (1)
  21. ASOFERWA (1)
  22. SOLUVAS (1)
  23. Hope for living (1)
  24. HRFRA (1)
  25. CCN (1)
  26. BAMPOREZE Association (1)
  27. AGHR (1)
  28. RNUD (1)
  29. RUB (1)

 

  1. International Organizations:
  2. FHI 360 (1)
  3. CBM Rwanda (1)
  4. World Vision (1)
  5. Plan Rwanda (1)
  6. AHF Rwanda (1)
  7. ADRA Rwanda (1)
  8. HANDICAP International (1)
  9. VSO (1)
  10. Save the Children (1)
  11. Care International (1)
  12. JPIEGO (1)

 

  1. Country Agencies:
  2. PEPFAR (1)
  3. USAID (1)
  4. CDC (1)
  5. GIZ (1)
  6. CTB (1)
  7. EU (1)
  8. DFID (1)
  9. SIDA (1)
  10. JICA (1)
  11. SNV (1)

 

  1. UN Agencies:
  2. UNAIDS (1)
  3. UNICEF (1)
  4. UNFPA (1)
  5. WHO (1)
  6. UNDP (1)
  7. UNHCR (1)