1. Policymaking and coordination
    1. Further integration of the HIV/AIDS policy within the Medical Mission.
    2. Regular adjustment of the policy through consultations within and outside of the Medical Mission.

 

  1. Prevention
    1. Further research of the sexual behavior of specific groups such as the young people of the interior.
    2. Stimulation of discussions in the interior about the adjusted measures with the objective of reducing high-risk behavior.
    3. Screening of all the pregnant women.
    4. Education to the communities of the interior with adequate tools (demonstrations, visual aids).
    5. Availability of condoms at all Medical Mission stations and other outlets.
    6. Counseling and opportunity for testing at all Medical Mission locations in the interior.
    7. Stimulation of the population for voluntary testing.
    8. Education to mobile communities in the interior such as gold miners.
    9. Intensified training of health educators through TOT.

 

  1. Treatment and care
    1. Structural financing of treatment of the people of the interior with ARV.
    2. Adequate training of health care workers of the Medical Mission at all levels in order for them to provide optimal care.
    3. Services for PLWHA focused on care in the home, support for families through health care workers.
    4. integration of the treatment of AIDS in primary health care provided by the Medical Mission (Public Health approach).

 

  1. Monitoring and evaluation
    1. Annual reporting of HIV/AIDS statistics.
    2. Evaluation of statistics of STDA/HIV based on which the policy may be adjusted.

 

Results per area of priority

  1. The policy is integrated in the care.
  2. High-risk behavior of the people of the interior is reduced.
  3. Access to treatment and care for HIV/STI for all people of the interior.
  4. Reliable data on HIV/STI in the interior (PSO) and a properly functioning evaluation system