SADC regional advocacy strategy on HIV & AIDS, TB and STIs

SADC Secretariat

This regional advocacy strategy on HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis (TB) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is intended for use by Southern African Development Community (SADC) Member States at a national level. This is an overall advocacy strategy highlighting the most important issues relating to HIV and AIDS, TB and STIs in the Southern African region. It provides a broad advocacy framework for each of the issues identied, along with key targets, messages, and interventions.

February 20, 2016
Year of publication
Resource types
Guidelines and Policies
advocacy, HIV, AIDS, tuberculosis, TB, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), STIs, Southern African Development Community (SADC)

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