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Project ID:00065841Description:MOZ101 HIV/AIDS Response
Mozambique One UN Fund
Start Date *: 31 Dec 2008
HIV & AIDS Response
End Date*: 31 Dec 2011
Country: Mozambique Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   Multiple

Programme Description:

The Joint Programme of the UNDAF HIV and AIDS Pillar will support the strengthening of the HIV and AIDS response in Mozambique through three strategic components in areas of comparative advantage of the UN namely prevention, treatment and HIV and AIDS mainstreaming.  It is expected that the Joint Programme will contribute to several key national plans and policies, among them PARPA II (2005-2009) and the HIV and AIDS National Strategic Plan (2005-2009). UNAIDS will be responsible for overall coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation and final reporting. Specific UN agencies will be responsible for the achievement of the specific results for each of the three components of the Joint Programme.


Development Goal

UNDAF Outcome: 

UNDAF Outcome 3:  Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other diseases

UNDAF Output:

3.1.1 Institutional and technical capacity of government and civil society partners including trade unions and employers to scale up a sustainable, coordinated, evidence-informed HIV prevention response for children/adolescents and young people and workers strengthened

3.1.2 A national policy framework, strategy and coordination mechanisms for HIV prevention among children/adolescents and young people, reflecting the key principles of an effective HIV prevention response and defining an integrated prevention package that addresses factors of vulnerability formulated and approved by the end of 2007

3.1.5 Key prevention information, regularly collected, analyzed and used to determine the mix of appropriate HIV prevention measures, and the gaps and barriers in policy and programme implementation

3.5.4   Capacity of 10 large national CSOs to develop and implement proposals meeting NAC standards to access funding strengthened, including making interventions social and culturally adapted to their target groups.

3.5.5   Capacity of 10 large national CSOs in Organizational Development strengthened


JP Outputs and Key Activities:


  • Overall institutional capacity of youth associations and networks strengthened. 
  • Capacity of Youth Associations to communicate and disseminate HIV prevention related messages developed.
  • Availability of data and information on youth associations in the central region increased.


  •  Train youth associations in management/administration, partnership building and fundraising.
  •  Support the creation and legalisation of youth associations.
  •  Support for strengthening networks between and among youth associations.
  •  Train CSOs to operate in socio-culturally appropriate interventions and communication.
  •  Train young activists from youth serving associations to participate in community radios and mobile units activities.
  •  Support the involvement of youth associations in the development and implementation of a Youth Prevention Framework.
  •  Mobilise community and traditional leaders in producing relevant and appropriate messages for a supportive environment.



Procurement activities will be conducted through participating UN agencies and the national implementation partners.


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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Mozambique or the lead agency for the programme. The MPTF Office Portfolio Manager (or Country Director with Delegation of Authority) for this programme:

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