UNAIDS | November 2017 100-day Plan to Operationalize the Global Prevention Coalition 2020 Road Map - BRAZIL
National Prevention Coalition OBS: The Working Group on Combination Prevention was convened by the Department of STIs, HIV/AIDS and Viral Hepatitis (DIAHV) in August 2016. The group is chaired by the Director of the DIAHV and it is composed by representatives of civil society (including people living with HIV, MSM, transgender people and sex workers networks); and from academia and local governments. The number of representatives in the working group may vary according to the topic discussed.The main objective of the group is to provide technical and programmatic advice for the construction of prevention strategies with focus on key populations.
Setting HIV Prevention Targets + Strengthening Programme Monitoring Systems (road map action points 2+9)
Making institutional changes to enhance prevention leadership, oversight and management (road map action point 3)
Introducing the necessary legal and policy changes (road map action point 4) OBS1: In Brazil there are no legal barriers for key populations to access health services, including HIV prevention.The Legislative Monitoring, produced by the UNAIDS Brazil is an accompaniment instrument of the National Congress agenda that aims to monitor the work of the House of Representatives and the Senate regarding key populations and human rights. The selection of bills to be observed is made in considerations to the reality of the HIV epidemic in Brazil. Thus, in addition to monitoring laws related to people living with HIV and key populations, legislative searches also monitor bills on human rights, sex and gender education, women and black and indigenous populations. Updated weekly, the Legislative Monitoring follows and updates relevant bills and works as an internal communication tool for the Joint Program, its Cosponsors, other UN System agencies, and government and civil society partners. The goal is to provide readers assistance in their advocacy efforts through these updates.
Develop guidance, define service packages and platforms and adapt operational plans (road map action point 5) OBS: Brazilian KP does not include girls and young women. However, besides the national protocol on vertical transmission, Brazil certifies municipalities that have eliminated vertical transmission.
Develop a consolidated prevention capacity-building and technical assistance plan (road map action point 6) OBS: MoH Brazil constantly promotes capacity building on HIV prevention and HIV comprehensive care by updating protocols that are also available in mobile app.
Assessing available resources for prevention and holding a financing dialogue (road map action point 8)
Conclusions: 100 day action plans • What has been prioritized and why: PrEP implementation • What will be implemented later: Key population strategic agenda • Immediate support needs: NA