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Scaling up HIV intervention among key affected population in Afghanistan
SUB-RECIPIENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AND AGENCY FOR ASSISTANCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF AFGHANISTAN (AADA) FOR A PROJECT FUNDED BY THE GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TUBERCULOSIS AND MALARIA
Project Name: Scaling up HIV intervention among key affected population in Afghanistan The United Nations Development Programme (“UNDP”) has been selected as an Implementing Partner of the project in Afghanistan. UNDP has entered into a Grant Agreement with The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, to implement the Project in the Host Country as a Principal Recipient. In accordance with the Grant Agreement, UNDP as a Principal Recipient may provide funding to other entities to carry out activities contemplated under the Project as Sub-recipients. The Sub-recipient indicated in this Agreement is Agency for Assistance and Development of Afghanistan (AADA), registered with the Ministry of Economy as an national non-governmental registration under the laws of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, with the mandate to organizing the poor using communities’ own human and material resources; UNDP and AADA have, on the basis of their respective mandates, a common aim in the furtherance of sustainable human development. UNDP and AADA agree that activities shall be carried out without discrimination, direct or indirect, because of race, ethnicity, religion or creed, status of nationality or political belief, gender, disability, or any other circumstances. On the basis of mutual trust and in the spirit of friendly cooperation, UNDP and AADA have entered into this Agreement. AADA entered into a sub-recipient agreement with UNDP, dated 01, November 2016- 31th of December, 2017; the project covers two provinces, Ghazni and Kandahar. HIV and harm reduction services intervention will be done through 2 VCTs, 2 community DICs, 2 prison DICs, 1 PMTC and 1 MHRB HFs in mentioned provinces. The direct beneficiaries are people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV), including women and their partners at high risk of HIV, Men with High Risk Behaviours (MHRB), people who inject drugs (PWIDs), prisoners, and the general population at potential risk of HIV/AIDS. The indirect beneficiaries are the public and health sector as a whole. Overall goal: To maintain the low prevalence of HIV below 0.1 % among general population and below 5% among key population at high risk in the country, through increasing access to and utilization of, and improving quality and safety of services offered through the work packages proposed in Table 1 at the provincial capitals of Kandahar and Ghazni provinces.
· Maintain and scale up prevention interventions among key population at high risk, vulnerable groups and general population.
· Enhance HIV Testing and Counseling Services, sexually transmitted infections management and Condom Promotion, HIV-tuberculosis collaboration, community based prevention of mother to child transmission and safe blood transfusion.
· Implement revised Anti-retro Viral Therapy Guideline, expand Anti-Retro Viral centers, laboratory facilities and strengthen community based care and support services by end of 2020
· Strengthen enabling environment and meaningful involvement of people living with HIV and key population at high risk to reduce stigma and discrimination.
· Improve existing capacity of human resources at all levels for effective implementation of the program.
KP-1d: Number of PWID reached with HIV prevention programs - defined package of services
KP-3d: Number of PWID that have received an HIV test during the reporting period and know their results
KP-4: Number of needles and syringes distributed per person who injects drugs per year by needle and syringe programs
KP-2a: Number /Percentage of MHRB reached with HIV prevention programs - individual and/or smaller group level interventions
KP-3a: Percentage of MHRB that have received an HIV test during the reporting period and know their results
GP-other1: Number of women and men aged 15+ who received an HIV test and know their results in Voluntary Counselling and Testing centers (VCTs)
PMTCT-2: Number of HIV-positive pregnant women who received antiretroviral to reduce the risk of mother-to-child transmission
KP-1e: Number of other vulnerable populations (prisoners) reached with HIV prevention programs - defined package of services
KP-3e: Number of other vulnerable populations (prisoners) that have received an HIV test during the reporting period and know their results
TB/HIV-1: Percentage of TB patients who had an HIV test result recorded in the TB register
TB/HIV-2: Percentage of HIV-positive registered TB patients given anti-retroviral therapy during TB treatment