SAT's Good Practice Strategy is integral to its capacity development programme with community groups in southern Africa. It is designed to build community competence in responding to HIV and AIDS. The Good Practice is a continuous and empowering process of information exchange between SAT and its partners, stakeholders and specific peer intermediary organisations. The process focuses on learning and sharing appropriate lessons, identifying and transferring relevant skills, tracking and reporting on progress, promoting positive change in policy, and building and maintaining support for relevant approaches and resources.
This framework focuses on community systems strengthening and is aligned to the CSS framework developed in May 2010 by the Global Fund (GF). It embraces and is guided by the key imperatives as elucidated in the GF framework.
Strategic framework document for the period 2012 to 2016.
Strategic overview diagram.
This describes the three categories of Southern African AIDS Trust (SAT) partners: implementing partners, School Without Walls (SWW) partners and strategic partners.
This framework focuses on community systems strengthening and is totally aligned to the CSS framework developed in May 2010 by the Global Fund to fight AIDS.