| 17 Mar 2017
A meeting for Principle Recipients to give a quarterly update on their programmes in the province, including Sub-Recipient programme updates. Programme to be confirmed. This meeting is by invitation only. Find out more about Community Systems Strengthening
Publications | 15 Nov 2016
As part of the Global Fund grant (2013-2016), NACOSA commissioned an independent process evaluation of the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Programme to assess the functioning of the programme and learn any lessons that might inform good practice. A series of detailed case studies were developed with the evaluation: Raising an AIDS-free generation: Evaluation of the Global Fund Orphans & Vulnerable Children Programme. Download all the case studies for more detail on the successes, challenges and learnings from the Global Fund OVC Programme: CHILDLINE > COMMUNITY SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING > CHILD & YOUTH CARE WORKER TRAINING > ISIBINDI SAFE PARKS >…
Maria Stacey presented an abstract poster at the International AIDS Conference 2016 in Durban. FROM BROTHELS TO PARLIAMENT: Lessons learnt from scaling up a rights-based sex worker HIV programme looks at the Red Umbrella Sex Worker Programme, funded by the Global Fund from 2013-2016 which combined bio-behavioural interventions, as well as social and structural interventions such as collective mobilisation, and stigma reduction activities. The abstract examines programme data, a good practice workshop with sex workers and a final programme evaluation to understand the outcomes and impact of the programme.
Aiming higher: MSM/LGBTI Higher Education Institution Programme Evaluation Report by Cornelius Louwrens, Frances Slaven, Oleander Muchesa, Sindi Dladla & Stephanie Nowack, Foundation for Professional Development Programme Evaluation Unit for NACOSA and The South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) with support from The Global Fund. Published 30 April 2016.
Poster abstract presented by Caroline Wills at the International AIDS Conference 2016 in Durban on integrating HIV testing services (HTS) into support programmes for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) in South Africa. The Global Fund supported NACOSA and NRASD to implement an OVC programme from 1 October 2013 – 31 March 2016, focused on delivering a more HIV-focused package of services. The programme supported 76 community based organisations in all nine South African provinces with HTS – one of a range of services offered.
Creating Safe Spaces: Evaluation of the Red Umbrella Sex Work Programme by Jerushah Rangasami and Tracey Konstant, Impact Consulting, for NACOSA and SANAC. Special thanks to SWEAT in their role as main implementing partner. The evaluation looks at the challenges, learning and successes of NACOSA’s Sex Work programme funded by the Global Fund between 2013-2016. Published by NACOSA with support from the Global Fund, June 2016.