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CONAES Ensures a Strong Private Sector Voice in Mexico's HIV Response

Since its founding in 2004, the National HIV/AIDS Business Council (CONAES) in Mexico has grown into a strong advocate for a private sector role in the national HIV response. The council has 26 member organizations, reaching about 150,000 employees. Members have adopted HIV and anti-discrimination workplace policies. In recognition of its important role, in October 2009, CONAES was invited to become a voting member of the National AIDS Council Governing Body. read more...

Health Policy Initiative Launches New e-Learning Courses

In partnership with Cosmedical and the Global Health e-Learning Center, the Health Policy Initiative, Task Order 1, is pleased to offer two e-learning courses. Topics covered are "HIV Stigma and Discrimination" and "Gender and Sexual and Reproductive Health 101." read more...

Policy Implementation Assessment Tool Now Available

The Health Policy Initiative, Task Order 1, is pleased to announce the launch of the Policy Implementation Assessment Tool. The tool is designed to assist government and civil society advocates to identify facilitators of and barriers to implementation of policies in their countries. With this information, stakeholders can better understand implementation dynamics and devise recommendations for translating health policies into action. read more...

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Country Spotlight: South Africa

The goal of the USAID | Health Policy Initiative in South Africa (HPI/South Africa) (2007-2012) is to promote an enabling policy environment for HIV. In doing so, the project works at both national and local levels to strengthen policies and programs, enhance multisectoral collaboration, and promote evidence-based decisionmaking. HPI/South Africa places particular emphasis on mobilizing and training faith-based organizations, traditional leaders, and people living with HIV (PLHIV).

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