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Where Are We?. New Director Collaborating with 25 NFs/ regional entities Budget $17m + $3m core NFs Staff in NY/Buda = 30 Highly sought after by other Network programs Institutional commitment to NPHP. Mission. Promoting health policies based on social inclusion,

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Where are we

Where Are We?

  • New Director

  • Collaborating with 25 NFs/ regional entities

  • Budget $17m + $3m core NFs

  • Staff in NY/Buda = 30

  • Highly sought after by other Network programs

  • Institutional commitment to NPHP


Mission

Mission

Promoting health policies

based on social inclusion,

human rights, justice, and

scientific evidence


Objectives

Objectives

  • Promoting the participation and interests of socially marginalized groups in public health policy

  • Fostering greater government accountability and transparency through civil society monitoring and advocacy


Emphasis on hiv and aids

Emphasis on HIV and AIDS

  • Needle exchange for IDUs

  • Access of sex workers to health services

  • Palliative care for AIDS patients

  • HIV and HIV/TB monitoring

  • Law clinics for PLWA

  • Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and malaria


But also

But also…

  • Roma health

  • Palliative care for all

  • TB monitoring

  • Substitution therapies


Addressing the health needs of marginalized populations

Addressing the health needsof marginalized populations

  • What is a marginalized population?

  • Why is this important?

  • Which programs?

    • IHRD

    • SHARP

    • Palliative care

    • Roma Health

    • HIV/AIDs grants (Africa,global)


Ensuring accountability through civil society leadership and monitoring efforts

Ensuring accountability through civil society leadership and monitoring efforts

  • How do we do this?

  • Why important?

  • Which programs?

    • PHW

    • Law and Health

    • Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and malaria

    • Health Media

    • Seminars and Leadership Development


Where

WHERE?

Through SFN and other partners:

in Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Macedonia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Moldova, Russia, Central Asia, Caucasus, sub-Saharan Africa, Thailand and Indonesia, China, and Iran.


Cooperation

Cooperation

  • NFs and “spin-offs”

  • Other outside partners

  • Other OSI Network programs

  • OSI policy offices in London, Brussels, and Washington, D.C.


New developments

New Developments

  • Projects starting/accelerating

    • Law and Health

    • SHARP

    • Global Fund on HIV, TB and malaria

  • Projects winding down

    • Tobacco control

    • Workforce Development


Some program highlights

Public Health Watch

Report on US domestic HIV/AIDS policy

TB researcher from Nigeria to speak at roundtable at UN HIV high-level review

Grant competition for community-led monitoring and advocacy on TB-HIV

Harm Reduction

Global Fund work in Russia and Ukraine

Advocacy on methadone and buprenorphine at WHO

Counter US efforts to remove needle exchange from UNAIDS HIV prevention plan

Some Program Highlights


Program highlights cont

Health Media

Chinese journalist to write book to give AIDS a human face in China

Center for Independent Journalism in Romania (Roma Health Project) –results of investigative journalism competition

Palliative Care

Two new funding programs: Pain Policy Fellowship and Program on palliative care in cancer hospitals

African regional drug policy conference

Development of a global cancer control program to include palliative care

Program Highlights… cont’


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