Publications | 30 Nov 2016
NACOSA recognises that the next five years presents a unique window of opportunity to ramp up the HIV and TB response, towards achieving the Fast Track targets and ending HIV and TB as public health threats by 2030. We can only accomplish this if we redouble our efforts, with strong and committed partnerships of governments, funding partners, civil societies and communities. Within this shared responsibility, NACOSA’s role has never been more vital.
With this strategy, we renew our commitment to promote dialogue, build capacity, and strategically channel resources to support service delivery on the ground. In particular, this includes reaching young women and girls, sex workers, those most affected by gender-based violence, orphans and vulnerable children, and other vulnerable and key populations.
We also set bold new strategic objectives, consolidated into focus areas that are transformative and forward-looking. Our agenda is clear: maximise efficiencies and grow sustainably.