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“ Aid Effectiveness: Sida’s experience in harmonizing support to SADC Secretariat ”

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  1. “One SADC, One Vision, One Way" “Aid Effectiveness: Sida’s experience in harmonizing support to SADC Secretariat” Pia Engstrand, First Secretary, Deputy Head of the Regional HIV/AIDS Team Embassy of Sweden, Lusaka, Zambia XIX International AIDS Conference in Washington D.C, United States, 22-27 July 2012

  2. OUTLINE • BACKGROUND • HARMONISING SUPPORT TO SADC SECRETARIAT: • ALIGNMENT WITH SADC STRATEGIC FRAMEWORKS AND BUSINESS PLAN • ALIGNMENT WITH FINANCIAL SADC RULES AND REGULATIONS • JOINT PLANNING, REVIEW AND EVALUATION • COORDINATION HIV ICPS • CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES

  3. BACKGROUND • Sida presence in the region – goals & objectives • Windhoek declaration on aid effectiveness • Programme areas of cooperation with SADC

  4. Strategy for regional work on HIV & AIDS, SRHR and the human rights for LGBT people in sub-Saharan Africa 2012-2013 Strategy objectives: • Decreased number of new HIV infections • Improved living conditions for women and girls affected by HIV & AIDS • Increased respect for and the enjoyment of human rights of LGBT people

  5. ALIGNMENT - WHY AND HOW? • SADC Windhoek declaration • SADC Strategic frameworks and business plans • Financial rules and regulations • Joint planning, review and evaluation • Coordination of HIV ICPs

  6. RESULTS AND PERSPECTIVES • Normative role • RECs • Synergies between different levels and approaches

  7. CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES • Slow processes • Strong “sector” approach • SRHR backlash • Regional ownership and accountability for Health and HIV • SADC as role model • Key populations