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International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW). ICW advocacy areas. Access to care, treatment and support Sexual and reproductive health rights The meaningful involvement of HIV positive women in all decision making that affects their lives. Ipas.

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icw advocacy areas
ICW advocacy areas
  • Access to care, treatment and support
  • Sexual and reproductive health rights
  • The meaningful involvement of HIV positive women in all decision making that affects their lives
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Ipas

Fulfilling reproductive rights for women affected by HIV

A tool for monitoring achievement of Millennium Development Goals

3 millennium development goals
3 Millennium Development Goals
  • MDG 3: aims to promote gender equality and empowering women
  • MDG 5 aims to improve maternal health by reducing the maternal mortality ratio by 75%, while
  • MDG 6 aims to halt and begin to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS
4 trials
4 trials
  • 2004-2005:

Swaziland and Lesotho

  • 2005-2006:

Nambia and Botswana

context of trials
Context of trials
  • Swaziland and Lesotho: development of monitoring tool “Positive Women Monitoring Change” looking at UNGASS, Abuja and GIPA
  • Supported by ActionAid/SIPAA
context of trials1
Context of trials
  • Namibia – ACTS mapping (WHO) &Parliamentarians for women’s health (ICRW-led consortium)
  • Botswana – Parliamentarians for Women’s Health (ICRW-led consortium)
challenges
Challenges
  • Extractive? What do the participants get out of their involvement?
  • Time and resources constraints – how to get the most reliable data in a short period of time and with minimal resources?
  • Process / framework to analyse experiences
  • Lack of triangulation with service providers or programme managers or policy makers
balance usefulness resources
Balance – usefulness : resources
  • Projects mutually inform each other
  • Increase awareness of rights among women participating in the trials
  • Input into ICW advocacy research
future
Future
  • Development and application of ICW tool
  • Working with service providers
  • Use of different international policy instruments
  • Ipas-ICW partnership