Haiti

KEY RESULTS - HIV

 

1.5 million counselling and testing encounters

Source: UNDP

73% retention on ART 12 months after commencing treatment (2014)

Source: UNAIDS

5,300 lives saved due to ART between 2002 and 2013

Source: UNAIDS

New cases of HIV and HIV related deaths

Source: UNAIDS

Pregnant women living with HIV on ART to prevent mother to child transmission (2014)

Source: UNAIDS

Project Summary

In Haiti, UNDP linked the Global Fund programme with post-earthquake recovery efforts and Health sector strategic plan, making sure that displaced people benefit from HIV services, particularly key populations at higher risk such as sex workers, men who have sex with men (MSM), and youth. UNDP-supported programmes reached more than 450,000 at-risk Haitians with voluntary counselling and testing services, and provided effective HIV education to over 15,000 youth, thus contributing to the dissemination of accurate information, promoting awareness and tackling stigma and discrimination. UNDP is supporting the Ministry of Health in covering 47% of the country’s need for anti-retroviral therapy (ART) and 100% of first line anti-TB drugs. UNDP and its partners continue to work through the framework of Global Fund grants on reducing the tuberculosis burden in Haiti.

KEY RESULTS - TB

 

Case detection rate for TB (2014) - above the global target of 70%

Source: World Health Organisation

37,900 new smear positive TB cases detected and treated

Source: UNDP

Treatment success rate for TB (2013)

Source: World Health Organization

Maternal and infant mortality rates

Source: World Health Organization

TB case detection rate

Source: World Health Organization

PORTFOLIO OVERVIEW

 

 

Disease Component

HIV

Grant

HTI-102-G09-H

Phase

RCC II

Amount

                        $72,375,342

Rating

 

 

Disease Component

Tuberculosis

Grant

HTI-911-G08-T

Phase

Phase II 

Amount

                        $21,661,161

Rating

 

 

 

Overall Grant Rating

 

 

  Exceeding expectations

 

  Meeting expectations

 

  Adequate

 

  Inadequate but potential demonstrated

 

  Unacceptable

 

  No rating available