AFEW on AIDS 2018: Session ‘AFEW Network’s experience in strengthening community, Monitoring and involvement in service delivery: From grassroot to policy level’

What: Session ‘AFEW Network’s experience in strengthening community, Monitoring and involvement in service delivery: From grassroot to policy level’

Where: Global Village, Eastern Europe and Central Asian Networking zone

When: July 25, 2018/16:00-17:30

Important to know: Session will be in Russian, translation to English will be provided.

This session, organized by AFEW Network, will offer an opportunity to share experience in strengthening community monitoring and involvement in service delivery: from grassroot to policy level.

During the session we will talk about creating an enabling environment by building the bridge between service beneficiaries, services, policies and successful experiences in meaningful involvement of our service beneficiaries and building strong collaborations between communities of key populations and the public system.

Through exchange and panel discussion we aim to:

  • Demonstrate the double win (for both the public system AND the communities served) when communities and service beneficiaries are involved in service delivery and policy making;
  • Share strategies and best practices from the AFEW network members that use innovative methods of information through online media that hands bigger autonomy to the service beneficiaries;
  • Share strategies and best practices to form mechanisms of community monitoring.

This session is prepared and presented in the framework of the program ‘Bridging the Gaps: health and rights for Key populations’, through the regional EECA approach by AFEW International and AFEW Network.

Agenda

3 Session of 30 min each to share and discuss experiences.

Session 1: ‘Meaningful involvement of service beneficiaries in planning, designing and monitoring of services’ experiences within the AFEW Network

  1. Creation key populations’ advisory councils in Tajikistan: Dilshod Pulatov, project manager, AFEW-Tajikistan
  2. Involving adolescents in service delivery and monitoring of services in Ukraine: Daria Kopiyevska, activist, NGO “Return to Life”, Kropyvnitsky, Ukraine
  3. Initiative groups in the provincial steering committee of Kakheti region in Georgia: Davit Kazaishvili, Public Union “Bemoni”, Georgia
  4. Supporting community steered service delivery by key populations in Kazakhstan: Roman Dudnik, Executive director AFEW Kazakhstan, Rosa Oleynikova,  Director NGO “Doverie Plus”, Sergey Schetnikov,  NGO “Answer”
  5. Discussion

 

Session 2: ‘Building equal access to prevention, treatment and care for HIV’, experiences within the AFEW Network

  1. New digital approaches to support adherence to treatment in Kazakhstan: Yagdar Turekhanov, Program technical advisor, AFEW Kazakhstan
  2. On-line consultations in Tajikistan: Zarina Davlyatova, Project specialist of AFEW-Tajikistan
  3. Interactive prevention methods for working with young drug users in Ukraine: Aleksander Mohylka, NGO “Blago”, Kharkiv, Ukraine
  4. Discussion

 

Session 3: ‘Building bridges, connecting people’, experiences within the AFEW Network

  1. Community-based participatory research: Daria Alexeeva, project manager, AFEW international       
  2. Сoordination mechanisms on HIV in Kyrgyzstan: Ulan Kadyrbekov, Director, Republican AIDS center, Kyrgyzstan
  3. Key populations platform in Ukraine: Vielta Parkhomenko, Club Eney, Kyiv, Steering Committee of the Country Key Populations Platform
  4. Discussion and closing of the session
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