Zambia Prevention, Care & Treatment Partnership Project II Mid-Term
Publication Date: 15/12/2012
ZPCT II is a five-year, $124 million contract supporting Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS) service delivery in six of Zambia’s ten provinces (Central, Copperbelt, Luapula, Muchinga, Northern, and North Western). To date, $82 million has been obligated into the award, spanning nine program areas. The five main objectives of ZPCT II are the following:
1. Expanding existing HIV/AIDS services and scaling up new services, as part of a comprehensive package that emphasizes prevention, strengthening the health system, and supporting the priorities of the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the National HIV/ AIDS/Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI)/ Tuberculosis (TB) Council (NAC).
2. Increasing the involvement and participation of partners and stakeholders to provide a comprehensive HIV/AIDS service package that emphasizes prevention, strengthens the health system, and supports the priorities of the MOH and the NAC.
3. Increasing the capacity of the Provincial Medical Offices (PMOs) and District Medical Offices (DMOs) to perform technical and program management functions.
4. Building and managing public-private partnerships (PPPs) to expand and strengthen HIV/AIDS service delivery, emphasizing prevention, in private sector health facilities.
5. Integrating service delivery and other activities, emphasizing prevention, at the national, provincial, district, facility, and community levels through joint planning with the GRZ, other United States Government (USG), and non-USG partners. [111 pages]