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Kenya - Additional Financing for Total War against HIV and AIDS (TOWA) Project : indigenous peoples planning framework (Inglês)

The objective of the Total War against HIV and AIDS (TOWA) project is to assist Kenya to expand the coverage of targeted HIV and AIDS prevention and mitigation interventions. At the time of preparation, the TOWA project identified the vulnerable population that include (women, youths, orphans and vulnerable children, and mobile populations) and most at risk populations (commercial sex worker, men having sex with men, intravenous drug users). In process of project implementation it was realized that the existing framework was not adequately addressing the indigenous peoples (IP's). With promulgation of the constitution, the minority and marginalized communities were inferred as vulnerable groups which compares with the World Bank Operational Policy (OP) 4.10 that characterizes the IP's. This framework is thus developed with aim of enhancing the application of the World Bank OP 4.10 to the IP's already identified in various Indigenous Peoples Planning Framework (IPPF) prepared by the government of Kenya (GoK) in other World Bank financed projects. The project is expected to have such positive effects such raising awareness on AIDS, initiating coping mechanisms such as income and food security among AIDS affected households and persons, and preventing further spread of AIDS. The only potential adverse effects that might affect on the IP's would be possible omissions in benefits sharing. This will be carefully taken into account within the qualification criteria for the call for proposals.


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    Kenya - Additional Financing for Total War against HIV and AIDS (TOWA) Project : indigenous peoples planning framework

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