Briefly describe the project rationale / background
The Government of Zimbabwe through the Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) and the National AIDS Council (NAC) together with technical and funding partners are working towards ending AIDS by 2030 in Zimbabwe. As part of this effort MoHCC is implementing a comprehensive package of HIV prevention, treatment and support services, addressing structural barriers to access and creating a more enabling environment to scale up HIV services for key populations.
Context of the required services
Mobility among sex workers is high. Sex workers move for work and non-work relatedwork- related reasons. A recent systematic review found that female sex worker mobility was associated with delayed access to HIV care and treatment interruptions. Mobile populations including female sex workers often face challenges in accessing care when abroad resulting in treatment interruptions, loss to follow-up and treatment failure. The KPIF Cross Border Collaboration project seeks to establish a regional network of sex worker friendly service providers working together to provide continuity of care for mobile FSW supported by regional cross-border referral systems.
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Deadline: 12 August 2020 (2pm)