Webinar: Assessing the fulfillment of commitments taken by the government to ensure the sustainability of HIV response among key populations in Georgia in the context of transition from the Global Fund’s support
- 08.10.2021 15:24
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Presentation of the assessment framework, methodology and results following by the discussion with webinar participants.
When: 12.10., 14.00 Tbilisi time. Expected duration of the webinar: 1.5 hours.
How to take part: to participate in the webinar please register at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMvfu6qpjwvHNepnAZPTYmKcUDe42-M4-cV
Language: English and Georgian with simultaneous translation
Ivan Varentsov – EHRA Sustainability and Transition Advisor, co-author of the concept, methodology and tools to assess the fulfillment of commitments taken by the government to ensure the sustainability of HIV response among KAPs in the context of transition from the Global Fund’s support.
Mzia Tabatadze – EHRA consultant, MD. MPH, PhDc, independent public health expert (Georgia), author of the report on the results of the assessment of the fulfillment of commitments taken by the government to ensure the sustainability of HIV response among KAPs in Georgia in the context of transition from the Global Fund’s support.
- Introduction, review of the agenda, about the project, rules
- Conceptual framework of the assessment and its methodology
- Global Fund related transition context in Georgia
- Details and nuances of the assessment process in Georgia
- Results of the assessment of the fulfillment of commitments taken by the government to ensure the sustainability of HIV response in Georgia
The report Georgia: Benchmarking Sustainability of the HIV Response among Key Populatiosn in the Context of Transition from Global Fund‘s Support to Domestic Funding is available at EHRA website
The publication was prepared and the webinar is being organized within the framework of the regional project called “Sustainability of Services for Key Populations in Eastern Europe and Central Asia” which is carried out by the Alliance for Public Health, in a consortium with the 100% Life (All-Ukrainian Network of PLWH), the Central Asian HIV Association and the Eurasian Key Populations Health Network with the aid from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria.
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