Publications | 25 Oct 2016
“Planning is bringing the future into the present so that you can do something about it now,” says writer Alan Lakein. Much has been achieved since the early days of the NACOSA ‘movement’ – when we helped shape the very first National Strategic Plan in 1991. Over the years we have worked to bring community voices into national and provincial response planning. And there is now little question of the pivotal role of civil society in the HIV and AIDS response – in service delivery, coordination, planning and through deep engagement with communities.
The 2016 annual report is all about planning for a future without HIV, AIDS and TB.
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