4 aktiviteter 2019 med en totalsumma av SEK 54,3 m, summerat på
Social marketing of reproductive health supplies in sub-Saharan Africa - Reg SRHR - Social marketing of reproductive health supplies in sub-Sahara Africa SEK 23 641 039

Reproductive health care

Beskrivning

Sida will procure a supplier to provide social marketing of a comprehensive mix of sexual and reproductive health commodities and devices. Additionally, the supplier will deliver demand generation, training, quality assurance, registration of products, regional added-value, and – where possible – contributions to local and/or regional advocacy efforts to promote access to high-quality contraceptive and safe abortion services and products and to reduce stigma around contraceptive use among unmarried, sexually active young people as well as abortion stigma. The target groups are Sexually active adolescents (10-19 yrs), Married/cohabiting and unmarried young adults (20-24 yrs), married/cohabiting and unmarried women and men over 24 years, and men who have sex with men. The program will take place from 2019-2022. There are three geographical components: 1) A regional West and Central Africa program (at least 10/15 countries, of which Mali must be one), 2) country programs in Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia and Mozambique, and 3) an option for a regional East African program from 2020 (at least 3 of 5 countries), which will allow Sida to expand the program to another regional program for up to 50 MSEK. The total budget for the program (including the option) is 365 MSEK.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-12313A0101-AFR-13020

SAfAIDS Info/Diss Phase III SEK 19 000 000

Reproductive health care

Beskrivning

SAfAIDS has applied for 75 million SEK to implement their regional strategy programme, Transforming the Policy Environment for Accelerating Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) by adolescents and young people, within an SDGs framework, in southern Africa 2018 – 2020. The overall goal of the intervention is to contribute towards a more conducive policy environment that enables positive SRHR outcomes among adolescents and young women, in Southern Africa, by 2020. The proposed programme will realise 4 strategic objectives; - Policy Development: Support the development of Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) Sexual Gender-based Violence (SGBV) Response Guidelines for Adolescents by Member States, by 2020, - Policy Advocacy: Advocate to SADC Member States to scale up prevention of unintended pregnancies and unsafe abortions among sexually active adolescents by 2020, - Social Accountability Monitoring: Strengthen the capacity of regional youth organisations and networks in social accountability monitoring of the delivery of youth-friendly SRH Information and services in Southern Africa, by 2020, - Evidence and Knowledge Sharing: Enhance knowledge sharing of models, innovations and strategies on Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV), unintended pregnancies and unsafe abortions among adolescents and social accountability monitoring within the region and across the broader sector by 2020. SAfAIDS has presented a project proposal whose objectives are clear, and the intervention logic clearly thought out. The proposal has provided for a baseline survey to be conducted within the first two months of programme inception to ensure that the data can be utilized to strengthen programme components. A Baseline Protocol will be developed in the first month of the programme, defining the variables to be measured against each programme objective, methodologies and data definitions. The programme mid-term review and end line survey will be measured against the baseline. It is assessed that current results framework requires further input and SAfAIDS is expected to submit a revised version by 30 June 2018. This deliverable has been included as an agreement condition for the 2018 third grant disbursement. In regards to the budget, it is assessed that the proposed total budget of 75,000,000 SEK for this invention is sufficient, and reasonable to meet the planned outcomes. The allocated budget for the SAfAIDS six months inception phase is USD1,958,836 (SEK16,249,131). Six per cent (6%) of the inception budget relates to activities for a technical expert report, internal regional 2 day inception meeting, regional partner visit and regional and national sensitization meetings with key stakeholders. 28% of the program activities also relate to costs for arranging a regional rapid assessment on the adolescent Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) related policy environment, organizing a meeting to develop an Assessment Methodology Protocol (AMP), conducting an induction meeting for assessment team, conducting a national meeting to validate the rapid assessment findings, regional meeting to validate the rapid assessment findings, developing a mobile social accountability monitoring application (including tech tools and systems) for SRHR in partnership with Rhodes University, develop a toolkit on social accountability monitoring for youth SRH Services and Technical Consultancy. Two per cent (2%) of the budget has been allocated to monitoring & evaluation and finance compliance and monitoring visits, while six per cent (6%) of the budget has been allocated to capital expenditure. Ten per cent (10%) of the budget relates to administration costs whilst 48% of the planned budget relates to staff costs. The reason for the high staff costs is a result of SAfAIDS not complying with MCP/PLGHA, which has resulted in SAfAIDS losing USAID funding that was contributing to SAfAIDS staff and administration costs of u

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-10595A0101-AFR-13020

APHRC - SRHR research to policy impact - APHRC - SRHR reserach to policy impact SEK 9 500 000

Population policy and administrative management

Beskrivning

The contribution aims to support APHRC’s programme titled “Understanding the context of, and addressing sensitive sexual and reproductive health and rights issues in sub-Saharan Africa” 2018-2022. The contribution aims to address one of the slowest areas of progress in sub-Sarhan Africa, namely tackling the most sensitive parts of the sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) issues, particularly the right and access to safe and legal abortion, young people’s access to SRHR interventions, including comprehensive sexuality education, and the human rights and freedom of expression and association, and access to sexual and reproductive and other health services among LGBTI people. These are the three “most left behind” SRHR agendas. The overarching goal of the programme is to generate and support the use of evidence to drive change and improve domestication and implementation of policies at national and regional levels that increase access to safe abortion for women and SRHR interventions for adolescents, and mitigate exclusion of sexual minorities. The programme aims to deliver the following three results: • Impact 1: An African-generated corpus of evidence is at the basis of policymaking, resource allocation and translation of policy into best practice in SRHR, reaching all populations regardless of age, sex or sexual or gender identity. • Impact 2: Evidence is used as a tool to influence and inform decisions that ultimately result in better policy, smarter resource allocation, scale and replication of best practice in order to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for youth, women seeking abortion services and LGBTI people. • Impact 3: African institutions (researcher, decision-making and CSO-institutions) are better generators, interpreters and users of research and are using those skills to achieve greater impact in policy deliberations and execution of better practices The proposed programme integrates three complementary approaches for maximum impact: 1. policy-oriented evidence generation 2. collaborative advocacy with new and existing networks 3. capacity strengthening in the use of evidence to achieve change at both the policy and practice levels. The regional work will harness synergies with existing Sida-supported programming at the level of the Southern African Development Community, East African Community and explore entry-points to the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in order to meet identified evidence needs for improved policy formulation, implementation and resourcing within those economic blocs. It will also explore how evidence can support the domestication and implementation of global and regional policy instruments. At national level, APHRC will implement the program in Burkina Faso, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Rwanda, Sierra Leone and Zambia – countries identified as presenting realistic opportunities to evolve the policy environment and enhance service delivery for liberal policymaking and implementation to reach adolescents with targeted SRHR services; improve access to safe abortion; and minimize the barriers that prevent LGBTI people from accessing basic services for health, education, livelihoods and wellbeing. As a complementary adjunct to this objective, APHRC will collaborate with the Guttmacher Institute to develop an evidence-informed strategy to promote SRHR as a cornerstone of universal health coverage, using the $9 per person/year recommendation that emerged from the May 2018 report by the Guttmacher-Lancet Commission on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights. This also links to the ongoing "team Sweden" policy initiative to integrate SRHR into the Universal Health Care agenda. Internally, APHRC will strengthen its capacity in the monitoring and evaluation of advocacy – both at the process level as well as at the impact level. Externally, APHRC will strengthen the capacity of a cohort of researchers through hands-on training in research methodologies such a

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral, core contributions to NGOs and other private bodies / PPPs

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-12103A0101-AFR-13010

BAE, SRHR Lusaka, IBB SEK 2 149 993

Reproductive health care

Beskrivning

The BAE (Bilateral Associate Expert) program was initiated by Sida in 1985, as a complement to the multilateral/UN program, JPO (Junior Professional Officer). The objective of the BAE program is to provide technical assistance to and strengthen capacity of the receiving organization through a young expert. A BAE is a young professional below the age of 33, who holds a university degree and has at least two years of relevant, paid, work experience. In the recruitment process, Sida and the receiving organization look for young professionals with knowledge and skills relevant for the organization, as well as the potential and willingness to learn and grow during the assignment. BAE:s are mainly placed within a cooperating partner organization in the global south, be it local/international NGO:s, public agencies, ministries, etc. working with international development, such as International Planned Parenthood Foundation, Saferworld, Slum Dwellers International, Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association, Agence de l'Environnement et du Développement Durable in Mali, etc. The receiving organization drafts the ToR and is highly involved in the recruitment process, in order to ensure local ownership. Before deployment, all BAE:s undergo a one week onboarding in Sweden, to prepare for their missions. The BAE contract is for maximum three years and before starting the third year, a BAE may relocate to an Embassy working with international development.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-11490A0102-AFR-13020

Year Värde (SEK) Värde (USD)
2019 SEK 54,3 m USD 6.3 m
2018 SEK 27,6 m USD 3.2 m
2017 SEK 14,2 m USD 1.7 m
2016 SEK 584 t USD 68.3 k
2015 SEK -610 t USD -72 k
2014 SEK 1,7 m USD 254 k
2013
2012 SEK 370 m USD 54.7 m
2011
2010 SEK 2,9 m USD 396 k
2009 SEK 5,2 m USD 685 k
2008 SEK 2,4 m USD 360 k
2007 SEK 2,4 m USD 355 k
2006 SEK 14,7 m USD 2.0 m
2005 SEK 18,9 m USD 2.5 m
2004 SEK 17,0 m USD 2.3 m
2003 SEK 33,6 m USD 4.2 m
2002 SEK 36,2 m USD 3.7 m
2001 SEK 55,5 m USD 5.4 m
2000 SEK 23,4 m USD 2.6 m
1999 SEK 15,2 m USD 1.8 m
1998 SEK 5,1 m USD 645 k

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Inbäddningskod

Afrika, regionalt

Sverige arbetar med regionala insatser i Afrika för att bistå kontinentens olika aktörer i de utmaningar som är gemensamma för flera länder, eller för att det finns ett behov av att samordna insatser. Exempel på områden där Sverige stödjer regionala insatser är hållbart utnyttjande av gränsöverskridande naturresurser, fred och stabilitet, handel, migration samt hindra spridandet av smittsamma sjukdomar.

Observera att detta inte är en summering av det bilaterala stödet till de individuella länder som ingår i regionen.