Multi-Country Western Pacific Integrated HIV/TB Programme

Project Overview

The Multi-Country Western Pacific Integrated HIV/TB Programme aims to improve the coverage and quality of HIV/TB prevention, treatment and care in 11 participating Western Pacific countries. The programme includes prevention programmes for key populations; PMTCT; HIV, STI and TB prevention, treatment and care services; addressing TB/HIV coinfection and multi-drug resistant TB, removing legal barriers to access; and community systems strengthening. The US$14.2 million programme will run from 1 July 2015 to 31 December 2017 through Ministries of Health, regional partners and community-based organizations.

Objectives

HIV 1: Increase coverage of HIV prevention services, with a special focus on key populations and other vulnerable populations

HIV 2: Strengthen coverage and quality of treatment, care and support for PLHIV, with special attention for adherence

HIV 3: Improve and expand use of strategic information to inform policy, programming, research and address structural barriers

TB 1: Provide early rapid and quality diagnosis of TB, MDR-TB, TB/DM and TB/HIV with specific focus on screening and diagnosis in selected and prioritized hard to reach, vulnerable groups across 11 PICs

TB 2: Sustain high quality treatment for all forms of TB including drug‐resistant TB and HIV related TB with patient support

TB 3: Prevent TB through diagnosis and treatment of latent TB infection for high risk groups and scaling up of infection control measures.

Programme Budget



HIV/TB Budget by Module Total (US$)

HIV Prevention programmes for general population

$150,903

HIV Prevention programmes for MSM and TGs

$422,839

HIV Prevention programmes for sex workers and clients

$762,621

HIV Prevention programmes for other vulnerable populations

$536,145

Preventing Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT)

$166,641

HIV treatment, care and support

$1,486,570

TB care and prevention

$2,542,073

TB/HIV

$70,485

MDR-TB

$265,770

HSS - Health information systems and M&E

$953,524

Removing legal barriers to access

$200,000

Community systems strengthening

$1,324,606

Program management

$5,332,173

Total

$14,214,351