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Scaling Up Innovative Approaches to Respond to TB Challenges 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 Innovative Approaches to Respond to TB Challenges 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, January 2016- 31th of March, 2017; this agreement extended from 1st April 2017 and will expire on 31st December 2017. The project covers 23 provinces. TB care interventions are done through Prison, IDP camps, Child Screening (DHs/PHs), Household Contacts, private clinics and labs, community referral and Patient Association. Main activities are identification, screening and referring suspect/confirmed cases, slide/sputum sending, MDR sample sending, support to MDR patient, trainings, conducting coordination meetings and monitoring/supervision. 

Funding Agency:

UNDP

Start Date:

January, 2016

End Date:

December, 2017

Objectives:

Objectives:

1.     To improve TB case detection and reduce its transmissions among the prisons population

2.     To enhance TB case detection through active screening of IDPs in target IDP camps

3.     To enhance pediatric TB control program in all provinces by targeting the children attending health facilities and contacts of Smear positive TB cases 

4.     Enhance TB case finding in through screening of household contacts in Afghanistan.

 

5.     To improve TB case detection among those who are seeking health services at private sector, and to strengthen the referral system of TB patients from private to public sector for provision of free medication, follow up and recording. 

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Output/coverage indicator (Seven main indicators)

Intervention

Cumulative Target January 2016-February 2017

Cumulative Target March 2017-December 2017

1

Number of TB cases (all forms) notified among key affected populations/high risk groups

Prison

71

88

2

Number of TB cases (all forms) notified among key affected populations/high risk groups

IDPs

48

67

3

Number of TB cases (all forms) notified among key affected populations/high risk groups

Children

3382

3817

4

Number of TB cases (all forms) notified among key affected populations/high risk groups

Household Contact

1618

1846

5

Number of notified TB cases, all forms, contributed by non-NTP providers - private/non-governmental facilities

PPM

3533

1849

6

Number of notified TB cases, all forms, contributed by non-NTP providers - community referrals

CB-DOTS

1313

671

7

Percentage of notified TB cases, all forms, contributed by non-NTP providers - community referrals

Patient Association

423

544