What are we aiming towards?

The goal for phase II is to improve sexual and reproductive health and reduce HIV in men, women, and adolescent boy and girls by 2019. The specific objective is to institutionalize non-discriminatory SRH and HIV services for increased access to and uptake of quality services.

Phase II is expected to support regional progress on the newly agreed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including regional and global targets aimed at fast-tracking the ending of AIDS as a public health threat, and providing universal access to SRHR by 2030.

The goal for phase II is to improve sexual and reproductive health and reduce HIV in men, women, and adolescent boy and girls by 2019. The specific objective is to institutionalize non-discriminatory SRH and HIV services for increased access to and uptake of quality services.

Phase II is expected to support regional progress on the newly agreed Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including regional and global targets aimed at fast-tracking the ending of AIDS as a public health threat, and providing universal access to SRHR by 2030.

Over the four-year project period, phase II aims to achieve four main results:

Instances of SRH, HIV, age and gender-related discrimination in health facilities reduced by 80 per cent.

Use of a quality-assured, minimum package of integrated SRH and HIV services reaches universal access levels for men and women, and adolescent boys and girls.

GBV survivors receive comprehensive support through health facilities providing integrated SRH and HIV services in a least 3 countries.

SRHR and HIV integration is sustainable at country level with 50 per cent or more of needed resources coming from in-country sources.