Presentation on theme: "Integrated and Inclusive HIV, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Sexual and Gender-based Violence Project, Kenya (project proposal in development for submission."— Presentation transcript:
Integrated and Inclusive HIV, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Sexual and Gender-based Violence Project, Kenya (project proposal in development for submission to potential donors) David Munyendo HIV/AIDS Project Officer firstname.lastname@example.org February 21, 2011
Project title and main donors Title: Integrated and Inclusive HIV, Sexual and Reproductive Health, Sexual and Gender Based Violence Project Donors: Undergoing Total budget estimate (activities): USD 14,826,288
Period of implementation and geographic location Period: 5 years from approval of funding Location: 12 Counties out of 47 Counties in Kenya
Overall and specific objectives Overall: To contribute to reduced HIV and Sexual and Gender-based Violence prevalence; and improved quality of life of people infected and affected by HIV and survivors of Sexual and Gender-based Violence in Kenya. Specific: To enhance access to and utilization of inclusive and integrated HIV prevention, treatment, care and support; Sexual Reproductive Health; and Sexual and Gender-based Violence protection services among vulnerable groups in 12 Counties for a period of 5 years.
Project Expected Results Result 1: Behavior change among target population through increased uptake of integrated and inclusive HIV, SRH and SGBV services. Result 2: Improved capacity of project partners/stakeholders to provide quality inclusive and integrated HIV, SRH, SGBV services to target populations. Result 3: Enhanced social participation among PLHIV and survivors of SGBV through mitigating initiatives. Result 4: Enhanced coordination and networking among HIV, SRH, and SGBV implementing partners and services providers.
Direct beneficiaries targeted CategoryMaleFemaleTotal People Living With HIV6,5529,04815,600 Persons with Disabilities4,0904,3108,400 Health Workers1,1262,0903,216 Youth out of school 19-34 yrs (including Bicycle & Motorcycle taxi operators) 2,4000 Youth in School (Primary and Secondary) 70,27273,728144,000 Sex workers02,400 School teachers744 1,488 Religious leaders672288960 General population – Home-based and Moonlight VCT 109,38263,418172,800 Total195,238156,026351,264
Project Partners No.Type 1.Disabled People’s Organizations 2.Health Facilities 3.Local Non-Governmental Organizations 4.Relevant Ministries and Departments 5.Associations of People Living With HIV 6.Associations of Youth 7.Associations of Religious Leaders 8.AIDS Organizations 9.HIV, SRH and SGBV networks
Main Activities ResultsActivities 1. Behavior change through increased uptake of integrated and inclusive HIV, SRH and SGBV services. Training of Trainers Awareness raising through BCC activities Provision of SRH services & commodities Strengthening access to medical, psychosocial, legal and police services to SGBV survivors Community mobilization and participation Prevention of Parent-to-Child Transmission of HIV Condom (male and female) promotion and distribution
Main Activities… ResultsActivities 2. Improved capacity to provide quality inclusive and integrated HIV, SRH, SGBV, and rehabilitation services Disability accessibility audit (physical, communication and environmental) Strengthening of linkage between HIV and rehabilitation services Institutional strengthening of partners Provision of HIV Counseling and Testing (static and mobile services) Referral/back referral between prevention, treatment, care and support services providers Technical supervision and monitoring, with client satisfaction surveys
Main Activities… ResultsActivities 3. Enhanced social participation and mitigation initiatives Training PLHIV groups on treatment literacy and psychosocial support Community and Home-based Care according to national guidelines Institutional strengthening of support groups of PLHIV and SGBV survivors Livelihood improvement (Income Generating Activities and Micro-credit Scheme) Peer counseling and support Group therapy
Main Activities… ResultsActivities 4. Enhanced coordination and networking among partners and service providers Establishment of Project Coordination Mechanism and Steering Committee Consultation and twice per year stakeholders' meetings Project staff meetings Knowledge Management (documentation of lessons learnt, good practices and case studies). Participate in regional, national and international HIV/AIDS, SRH, disability and SGBV events/conferences Sustainability and phasing out strategy
Main Achievements Project sites identified Partners and collaborators in respective counties identified Gap analysis, lessons learned, logical framework, narrative proposal, action plan and budget done
Main lessons learnt during project proposal development Participatory approaches help in identifying existing strengths, weaknesses/gaps, opportunities and defining roles of HI, partners and beneficiaries. Developing project proposal is a process that requires time for consultation with partners, target beneficiaries and stakeholders; literature review; and validation of data used in the proposal. This is important in selecting appropriate interventions and setting of realistic targets. Proposal development requires focused and committed leadership so as to guide and sustain momentum in delivering quality document on time.
Main documentation (Past Projects) TitleTypeYearLanguage Janga La Ukimwi, Je walemavu wako na haki? (HIV and AIDS epidemic, Do Persons with Disabilities have Human Rights?) Comedy, DVD 2010Kiswahili Youth to YouthDVD2010English Disability and HIV/AIDS Strategy Review, Daadab Project Booklet2010English Keeping the Promise, Interventions by persons with disabilities against HIV/AIDS DVD2009English Kenya Disability Directory 2009/201Booklet2009English
Ways forward 2011: Donor search and eventual implementation New project phase: 5 years from 2011 - 2015 Approaches: Behavior Change and Communication; Capacity building and Organizational Development; Partnership and collaboration; Advocacy; Integration and Mainstreaming Priorities: Fund raising; Comprehensive baseline and M&E system; Partnership; Integrated and Inclusive HIV, SRH, SGBV services.
Previous Activity Photographs Procession to mark WADNACC World AIDS Day 2010
Outreach session for hearing impaired youth in school Sitting Volley ball by PWDs
Training session for Health Workers Bicycles for CHBC givers