Important Reminder: PANCAP Assessment Survey for NAP Managers

Dear National AIDS Programme Managers/Coordinators,

The Pan Caribbean Partnership against HIV and AIDS (PANCAP) was established in 2001 as a regional partnership of governments, regional institutions and organisations, civil society organisations, bilateral and multilateral agencies and contributing donor partners. PANCAP has played a critical role in supporting countries’ ability to control the HIV epidemic in the Caribbean. It has facilitated a coordinated regional response to HIV, provided important regional public goods to countries, mobilized significant resources for HIV, and involved representatives of civil society and the marginalised who would not normally have a voice.

 The Leadership of PANCAP is cognisant that ending AIDS is an unfinished agenda that needs to be included as a priority for sustainable health within the post-2015 development targets However, there is a need to examine and evaluate the PANCAP model, to assess its contributions/ achievements, strengths and weaknesses and to determine if aspects of the model might be applicable to the broader health challenges facing the region. The findings of this review would be used to inform the Council for Human and Social Development (COHSOD) and CARICOM Heads of Governments’ decision on the way forward for PANCAP.

 Ms. Sarah Insanally, Consultant, has been recruited by PANCAP to conduct the review. As a valued partner, we would like to invite you to participate in a survey below:

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* 1. Where does the value of PANCAP lie for you and your work?

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* 2. In your opinion how has PANCAP contributed to the national HIV response?

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* 3. What PANCAP activities or approaches has your programme benefitted from?

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* 4. What country-level results has PANCAP contributed to?

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* 5. How have countries been able to operationalize the CRSF into activities that fit with their own priorities, circumstances and capacities?

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* 6. What does PANCAP currently not offer that it should/ that is needed?

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* 7. Where do you see PANCAP in the next 5 to 10 years?

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* 8. What knowledge, skills, resources does PANCAP have that would allow it to play that role?

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* 9. What additional competencies/capabilities would be needed?

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* 10. Is PANCAP well-positioned for sustainability and continuing relevance?

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* 11. What would be critical constraints or limiting factors?

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* 12. What is the strongest argument for sustaining PANCAP?

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* 13. What would be lost if PANCAP ended?

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* 14. Do you participate in common regional reporting? If so, how

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