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Preventing HIV Infection
Strategic Guidance
on HIV/AIDS Prevention
Purpose of the Guidance Note
Strategic Orientation for UNFPA Action
Integrating HIV/AIDS Issues into the Country Programming Process
Country Situations
Core Support
Creating an Enabling Environment for HIV Prevention
Advances in New Technologies and Issues
The Way Forward
ICPD+5 Goals
Regional HIV/AIDS Statistics

Common Country Assessment (CCA). The CCA is a country-based process for reviewing and analysing the national development situation and identifying key issues as a basis for advocacy, policy dialogue and preparation of the UNDAF. The objective of the CCA is to attain deeper knowledge of key development challenges, based on a common analysis and understanding of the development situation. The CCA should address national needs and priorities and the status of follow-ups to United Nations conferences, conventions and declarations. The CCA Indicative Framework is a useful tool for helping countries select relevant indicators relating to the global conferences and capturing the extent of progress in the many dimensions of poverty. Expected results are an operational document, a common information base and improved United Nations collaboration.

Country Programme Assessment (CPA). Utilizing the ICPD framework, the CPA consists of a country assessment, which is a situational analysis in the fields of population, reproductive health and gender. It provides an in-depth analysis of the current situation, identifies critical health needs and recommends strategic actions for addressing these needs.

Minimum Initial Services Package (MISP). MISP is a cluster of reproductive health services to meet the minimum requirements in an emergency situation, with the expectation that comprehensive services will be provided as soon as the situation permits. MISP was developed by the Inter-Agency Working Group (IAWG) on Reproductive Health in Refugee Situations.

Multi-Year Funding Framework (MYFF). MYFF is a framework for integrating objectives, resources, budgets and outcomes, which is designed to link results with resources over a period of time. See, for more details, The Multi-Year Funding Framework, Report of the Executive Director, DP/FPA/2000/6, 6 March 2000.

Sector-wide approaches (SWAps). Integrated development programmes call for new types of partnerships among Governments, donors, development banks, the private sector and the wider civil society. The SWAp is designed to bring about a more coordinated approach to sector financing than was previously employed in project-based development. See, for more details, UNFPA and Sector-Wide Approaches, DP/FPA/1999/CRP.1, 4 February 1999.

United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF). UNDAF is the planning framework for the development operations of the United Nations system at country level. The Framework consists of common objectives and strategies of cooperation, a programme resources framework and proposals for follow-up, monitoring and evaluation. It is developed with the full participation of United Nations organizations and agencies, the Government and development partners and lays the foundation for cooperation among these through the preparation of a complementary set of programmes and projects.

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