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Pacific Regional HIV/AIDS Project
Review of National AIDS Coordination Mechanisms in Pacific Island Countries
Pacific Regional HIV/AIDS Project (PRHP), April 2006, 50 pp

Reproduced with AusAID's kind permission.


"The Pacific Regional HIV/AIDS Project (PRHP) was designed in 2001 and commenced in November 2003. The project is funded by Australian government and works across 14 countries. It is implemented by the IDSS and Burnet in conjunction with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC), through what is known as the Franco-Australian initiative. The purpose of this Review was to inform PRHP’s strategies to: strengthen the capacity of National Coordination Mechanisms to coordinate, manage and monitor National Strategic Plans; strengthen the capacity of National Coordination Mechanisms to effectively manage technical assistance and other development initiatives in support of country partner-owned and led priorities; encourage a harmonised and collaborative national approach (NACs and CDOs) to coordinate the implementation of action/strategic plans. This report outlines the findings from this review and makes a number of recommendations to improve functioning and sustainability of National Coordination Mechanisms (NCMs) and proposes strategies for PRHP assistance to strengthen NCMs."

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