COIN and UNDP present a project against stigma and discrimination

07-mar-2017

UNDP will have the role of administrator of the funds during the 3 years of the project. Phoot: Alina Flores - UNDP DR

Santo Domingo.- The Center for Integral Research and Guidance (COIN) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) presented the initiative: “Challenging Stigma and Discrimination to Improve Access and Quality of HIV Services In the Caribbean”.

The project objectives are:

1) Improved legal and policy environments support delivery of and access to health and justice services for key populations.

2) Health care workers deliver services free of stigma and discrimination to key populations, improving access to and retention in care.

3) Community systems and key population networks use effective advocacy to obtain social accountability mechanisms and scale-up of best practice interventions by national programs.

The project focuses on strengthening key population networks and the capacity of civil society to advocate and play a stronger, more effective and more diverse role in delivering HIV services.

The initiative was presented to government institutions and civil society organizations. Photo: Courtesy of CONAVIHSIDA

UNDP will serve as the administrator of the funds provided by the Global Fund grant for this three-year project, covering 8 Caribbean countries. COIN will responsible for the activities that are carried out in the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba.

To launch the project in the country, two presentations were made to government institutions and civil society organizations, promoting the project and create synergies with key actors related to the issue.

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Afganistán Albania Algeria Angola Arabia Saudita Argentina Armenia Azerbaiyán

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Bahrein Bangladesh Barbados Belarús Belice Benin Bhután Bolivia Bosnia y Herzegovina Botswana Brasil Burkina Faso Burundi

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Cabo Verde Camboya Camerún Chad Chile China Chipre Colombia Comoras Congo (República del) Congo (República Democrática del) Corea (República Popular Democrática de) Costa Rica Côte d'Ivoire Croacia Cuba

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Djibouti

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Ecuador Egipto El Salvador Emiratos Arabes Unidos Eritrea Etiopía

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Filipinas

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Gabón Gambia Georgia Ghana Guatemala Guinea Guinea Bissau Guinea Ecuatorial Guyana

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Haití Honduras

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India Indonesia Irán Iraq

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Jamaica Jordania

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Kazajstán Kenya Kirguistán Kosovo (según Res 1244 del Consejo de Seguridad ONU) Kuwait

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Lao RDP Lesotho Líbano Liberia Libia

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Macedonia (ex República Yugoslava de) Madagascar Malasia Malawi Maldivas Malí Marruecos Mauricio y Seychelles Mauritania México Moldova Mongolia Montenegro Mozambique Myanmar

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Namibia Nepal Nicaragua Níger Nigeria

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Oficina del Pacífico

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Pakistán Panamá Papua Nueva Guinea Paraguay Perú Programa de Asistencia al Pueblo Palestino

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República Centroafricana República Dominicana Rusia Federación de Rwanda

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Samoa Santo Tomé y Príncipe Senegal Serbia Sierra Leona Siria Somalia Sri Lanka Sudáfrica Sudán Sudán del Sur Suriname Swazilandia

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Tailandia Tanzania Tayikistán Timor-Leste Togo Trinidad y Tobago Túnez Turkmenistán Turquía

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Ucrania Uganda Uruguay Uzbekistán

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Venezuela Viet Nam

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Yemen

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Zambia Zimbabwe