Improved Quality of Life of PLHIV 01 April, 2024

The National Centre for AIDS and STD Control (NCASC) factsheet of 2023 reports that there are 85 ART centers in 62 districts of Nepal, and 23,293 PLHIVs are taking ARVs. These PLHIVs are united through community-based organizations (CBOs) and within the umbrella of NAP+N. The external funding sources on HIV are reducing each year. The government is only the sustainable source for HIV. So, NAP+N has the evidence of capacity of PLHIV Champion on allocating the local resources in limited specific skills and knowledge of advocacy. NAP+N plans a project to equip “PLHIV Champions” with the necessary skills to advocate for budget allocation which will ultimately support to improve the quality of life of PLHIV in collaboration with AHF.

Overall measurable objectives of the project are:
Objective I: Build capacity and skills on advocacy and negotiation of community champions to identify, assess, representation during budget planning and coordinate in managing HIV related local resources.
Objective II: Assess the budget allocation from the local government.
Objective III: Follow up actions for sustaining the current budgeting with increasing the possibility through advocacy and negotiation.

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House No.: 393/5, Ardha-Chakra Marga, Tundal Devi Temple, Baluwatar-4, Kathmandu, Nepal

+977-01-4527459, 4517835

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