Seeking input into the development of three 2016-2021 Global Health Sector Strategies: HIV/AIDS; Viral Hepatitis; and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

World Health Organisation - The draft global health sector strategy on STIs for 2016– 2021 has been developed for discussion during a series of multi-stakeholder consultations from March to December 2015. The strategy builds on the Global strategy for the prevention and control of sexually transmitted infections 2006-2015, and will be closely aligned with the post-2015 health and development agenda and targets, and the drive towards universal health coverage.

As the world looks to 2030, and prepares to meet the challenges of an ambitious set of Sustainable Development Goals, the World Health Organization is developing three global health sector strategies to cover:

  • viral hepatitis
  • sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

The strategies will cover 2016-2021 and will be finalized for consideration by the 69th World Health Assembly in 2016. We are now seeking input into the strategies.

From this page you can access an online survey for each of the proposed strategies as well as useful background documents including early draft outlines of the three strategies. The deadline for responses is 30 April 2015. Survey results will be compiled into a report to be published in June 2015. Your responses may be posted on the WHO website as part of this process unless you indicate at the end of the survey that you prefer to remain anonymous. Responses from individuals, organizations and/or consolidated responses are welcome. (WHO April 2015)


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