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					Annual Work Plan of the Joint UN Team on AIDS (AIDS Team) in Belarus for 2008
Regional UNAIDS Priorities AIDS Team output targets and indicators ACTIVITIES RESPONSIBLE agency PLANNED BUDGET
Amount required Committed resources Resources to be mobilized

1. Sustained leadership and stewardship for UA implementation

Capacity of the national leaders to effectively participate in the international For a and high level meetings improved

Support participation of the NAC representatives, high level authorities and PLHIV in the international Fora and high level meetings: UNGA High Level Meeting on AIDS (July) Mexico International AIDS Conference

UNAIDS UNAIDS UNICEF

RST budget 2,500 16,000 4,500 14,000 2,500 16,000 4,500 14,000

2 European Conference in Moscow (May), EECAAC Capacity of the National AIDS Coordination authorities improved (CCM, NAC). Technical support by attracting WHO and UNAIDS International experts for training of National Organizations’ and NGO specialists working on HIV/AIDS issues. Provide assistance in preparing effective strategic participation of the NAC members in HIV policy meeting at the national, regional and international level. “Thee Ones Civil Society Guidelines” promoted with the CCM and stakeholders Strengthening capacity of the law-makers in drafting the Law and ensuring participatory process of public discussions of the draft law and international expertise of the draft. Strengthening capacity of the MoLSP, MoH and MoE for effective contribution in the draft law in the aspect of children and women affected by the epidemic. Support to the National working group in drafting the GFATM Proposal . International expertise of the draft GFATM Proposal

nd

UNDP UNICEF UNDP UNAIDS, UNAIDS,

UNAIDS

Capacity for drafting a nondiscriminatory Law on HIV and AIDS/ right of PLHIV is built

UNAIDS

35,000

35,000

UNICEF

4,000

2,000

2,000

2. Increased resources mobilized and effectively used to achieve UA

The GFATM proposal is drafted by the National Working group and timely submitted

UNDP, UNAIDS UNDP WHO UNAIDS UNAIDS UNAIDS

5,000 4,000 5,000

5,000 4,000 5,000

The fundraising tools effectively used

“Salesbook” developed and submitted to RST PAF proposal/s for biennium 2008-2009 submitted

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3. National and sub-national planning and governance (three ones) strengthened for UA

4.Strengthened civil society capacity to effectively participate and contribute to the achievement of UA.

National capacity built for the strategic planning towards the UA National capacity in HIV prevention prioritization and planning is improved National Capacity on strategic PMTCT planning and Pediatric ARV treatment is enhanced National/international partnership conferences supported Civil society including people living with HIV and AIDS networks and faith based organizations at all levels involved in policy decisions and scaling up toward universal access (national and local) Partnerships for communication events/strategies and public information campaigns on HIV prevention strengthened.

Support development of the costed Action Plan towards the UA 2009-2010 and annual workplans The national operational guidelines for prevention programmes among key populations developed International conference on PMTCT and Pediatric ARV in June, Minsk 2007 International Conference on Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission National Conference of PLHIV Support to the strategic planning of the NGOs servicing network “BelnetantiAIDS” Support the interdenominational cooperation within the Social Partnership Declaration on HIV/AIDS of the Christian Churches in Belarus’ “Voices of youth for health and development” Information Campaign with schools and road police. National workshop for the heads of the leading mass media (newspaper, TV, radio) on mass media role in HIV prevention and anti-stigma. Video about PLH (women and children).

UNAIDS

40,000 (PAF)

40,000

UNAIDS

UNICEF

25,000

17,000

8,000

UNDP UNICEF UNAIDS, UNDP UNAIDS

3,500 8,000 11,000

3,500 8,000 11,000

UNAIDS UNDP UNICEF (2007--2008) UNAIDS UNDP

25,000 45,000

25,000 45,000 18,000 17,000 3,000

5. National AIDS responses expanded to reduce stigma and discrimination and effectively address gender inequality and other human rights issues, security and populations of humanitarian concern

18,000
17,000 3,000

UNICEF

7,000

2,000

Trade unions and management of large enterprises introduce HIV prevention programmes in the work place Strengthening capacity of Social Protection system on reduction of stigma and discrimination Developing the capacity of national institutions, civil organizations and community groups on

Capacity building of leaders of trade unions and ideological workers of big enterprises on HIV prevention methods organized within GFATM grant Manual “Psychosocial support to HIV Infected and Affected Children, Women and Families”
National workshop on CBCS in Gomel Region for workers of the Labour and Social Protection system Production of leaflets on HIV/AIDS in main refugee languages to be distributed in temporary accommodation, reception, detention facilities as well as at the border for mixed categories of migrants, including asylum seekers and refugees

UNICEF

5,000

2,500

2,500

UNICEF

2,000

1,000

1,000

UNHCR

2,000

2,000

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HIV prevention and response among refugee population

A training for UNHCR project personnel and refugee community leaders on HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention

UNHCR

3,000

3,000

A targeted awareness-building campaign for refugee and local adolescents encompassing video lectures, action to be called "Remember to Live", outdoor interactive school with a seminar "A View to the Future"

UNHCR

2,000

2,000

6. Strategic information on the country situation and response for improved HIV programming and decisionmaking

Guiding documents and information materials developed Situation Analysis/ thematic surveys results promoted among the CCM, Secretariat and stakeholders

Information booklets for women and families

UNICEF

6,200

6,200

Situation analysis within the National M&E System among the vulnerable groups (IDU, MSM, CSW), within penitentiary system, young people, mass media and educational institutions. Access of PLHIV to services Behavioral survey in the Armed Forces The lay-out of the Situation Analysis on Women and Children in the Context of HIV is developed and the document is printed National Round Table, printing and distribution

UNDP/GFATM

22,000

22,000

UNAIDS UNAIDS UNICEF UNAIDS

6,000 6,000 3,300 3,000

6,000 6,000 3,300 3,000

7.Countries knowing their epidemics and responding to them through the increased use of strategic information to track the epidemic and monitor the response 8. Review and report UA progress and implementation 9. Increased technical capacity mobilized and effectively used for

UNGASS Report submitted to UNAIDS by the deadline The capacity of human resource of national M&E system improved Increased quality of services provided for treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS The national methodology used to develop HIV estimates is improved. The national capacity for UA reporting is built

Support to participation Regional training in EPI-estimations and projection methods; Participation of medical personnel, national specialists (ACP specialists, penitentiary system doctors, etc), in international conferences/trainings Support to the national specialists to improve methodology to develop HIV estimates The stakeholders and donors community meetings and reporting on progress in the UA targets. “Scaling up access to ARV treatment” "National Training System in HIV/AIDS Treatment and Care” Training module on PMTCT is revised and printed

UNAIDS

UNDP

39,500

39,500

WHO

10,000

0

10,000

UNAIDS

2,000

1,000

1,000

National technical capacity in ARV treatment, ARV monitoring, PMTCT, care and support to PLHIV is improved for the UA

WHO (USAID) WHO (UNAIDS PAF) UNICEF

43,000 24,000 5,000

43,000 24,000 5,000

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UA implementation

GFATM/UNDP Component 5 “Access to ARV treatment, care and support to PLHIV” implemented and set targets achieved

UNDP

10.Intensified prevention strategies adopted and implemented

Increased capacity in informational and educational support Capacity in HIV prevention among CSW increased

6 district resource centers opened and equipped GFATM/UNDP Component # 3 “HIV prevention among CSW” implemented and set targets achieved, including:  opening a centre for providing consulting services, medical examination, etc. 16,000 training of volunteers and outreach workers and resocialization of CSW; 6,000 GFATM/UNDP Component # 1 “HIV prevention among IDUs” implemented and set targets achieved Rehabilitation and HIV prevention Programme among IDUs in Svetlogorsk region GFATM/UNDP Component # 2 “HIV prevention among MSM” implemented and set targets achieved GFATM/UNDP Component # 4 “HIV prevention among prisoners” implemented and set targets achieved Technical and financial support in VCT within the 3 technical assistance projects for victims of trafficking .

UNDP UNDP

892,000 ARVT) 163,750 (C&S) 30,000 242,470

892,000 163,750

30,000 242,470

Capacity in HIV prevention among IDUs increased

UNDP UNAIDS UNDP UNDP

757,520

757,520

Capacity in HIV prevention among MSM increased Capacity in HIV prevention and treatment among prisoners increased Capacity in HIV prevention among victims of trafficking increased Capacity for delivering continuous information and LSBE education programmes for young people improved. Enhanced capacity in peereducation.

210,682 248,304

210,682 248,304

IOM

Strategy and Programme on LSBE for secondary school children are revised and printed Development of the Strategy and Action Plan of “Peereducation” in the system of secondary education. Facilitation of Y-PEER – the network of NGOs working in peereducation – activities, including development of peer-education standards International Conference “Adolescent Health” Minsk, November 2008 Implementation of the regional project on young people reproductive health New project document on YP RH developed and implementation is started “Belarus UN Plan: HIV/AIDS at the Workplace” implemented 2 HIV Learning Facilitators trained at the Regional Training in Istanbul

UNICEF

5,000

5,000

UNICEF UNFPA UNFPA

5,000 5,000 70,000

5,000 5,000

5,000 70,000

Capacity in delivering comprehensive YFS increased

UNICEF UNFPA UNFPA All UN Agencies RC Budget

10,000 75,000 40,000 4,000 4,000

7,000 75,000

3,000

40,000 4,000 4,000

11. UN delivering as One

UN policy on HIV at Workplace implemented .

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The UN joint programme launched “Three Ones” supported The access to joint programming information is improved TOTAL Approved by the UNCT/UNTG on HIV/AIDS January 29, 2008

The Joint Programme of Support finalized by the AIDS Team and approved by the UNCT and presented to the CCM Newly emerging initiatives are supported Develop and launch the UNAIDS Belarus web-site to reflect the UN joint assistance and corporate priorities.

RC budget RC budget UNAIDS

500 3,739,226

500 3,509,726 229,500

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