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Botswana - National HIV/AIDS Prevention Support Project (English)

The objective of the National HIV/AIDS Prevention Support Project is to assist the Government of Botswana to increase the coverage, efficiency, and sustainability of targeted and evidence-based HIV/AIDS interventions through: (i) strengthening the National AIDS coordinating agency's institutional management and coordination capacity; and (ii) financing strategic and innovative HIV/AIDS-related prevention and mitigation activities. It is envisioned that this project development objective would be measured by utilizing indicators addressing the longer-term planning, implementation, and effectiveness of national and decentralized coordination efforts. There are three components to the project. The first component of the project is to support AIDS Coordinating Agency (NACA). The NACA component will provide very focused and strategic attention to build internal capacity to coordinate HIV/AIDS activities effectively, both for the project and the program more generally. The second component of the project is public sector ministries. This component will support public sector line ministries focusing on prioritized public sector mainstreaming initiatives in line with the national strategic framework. The third and the final component of the project is civil society organizations private sector. This component has been allocated the majority of the project funds, reflecting the importance of the civil society organizations in the achievement of project activities.


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    Botswana - National HIV/AIDS Prevention Support Project

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Botswana - National HIV/AIDS Prevention Support Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.