Haiti: Community HIV/AIDS control in the South East department
Donor: Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria via UNDP (formerly via Sogebank)
Grant Amount: Approximately $500,000 per year
Project Dates: 2005-2013 (dates are currently being negotiated based on transfer of Prime Recipients)
Technical Areas Covered: HIV/AIDS
The project began as one of the original Global Fund projects under the Prime Recipient Sogebank in 2005 as a Round 5 HIV/AIDS project in the South East of Haiti. The project ran for 2 years and then was granted a 6 year extension under the Rolling Continuation Channel (RCC) and is set for completion in 2013. The Program has been financed by the Phase I of the HIV / AIDS by the Global Fund as an extension of the Global Program "rapid expansion of treatment services for HIV AIDS in Haiti" which aims to extend life and restore quality of life people living with HIV. It covers the prevention of HIV AIDS, conducting testing and support of OVC and PLHIV. It is therefore complementary to the treatment of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in rural and urban areas as well as various types of advocacy for people infected and affected by HIV. Plan, in consortium with ACDED, Caritas, and ESSB's mission is to contribute to improving the quality of life of children infected, affected and as vulnerable in remote areas of South-East: Thiotte, Bell-Anse, Grand Gosier and Anse a Pitre heritage of an integrated and comprehensive. In August of 2011, Plan Haiti signed the contract with UNDP for the period of April 2011 till December 2011. A new contract extension is scheduled to be signed in November 2011 for the remainder of the 2012-2013 Global Fund Project.