The Legal Environment Assesment (LEA) for HIV, TB and Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights report is focused on identifying and examining all important legal and human rights issues affecting in particular people living with HIV, people with tuberculosis (TB) and those at higher risk of HIV exposure, such as key and affected populations – women, young people, gay men and other men who have sex with men, sex workers, prisoners, persons with disabilities and people who inject drugs.
An in-depth assessment of the key HIV law and human rights issues was conducted with an analysis of the extent to which existing laws and policies and those in the process of development are able to respond to these issues.
The Zimbabwe Country Office achieved a silver level certification based on the final score of 70%.
The CO was rewarded for its contribution to to the achievement of national gender equality goals through institutional capacity building and support for the Women’s Caucus, which helped to achieve the inclusion of 75% of women’s constitutional demands.
UNDP is working for a Zimbabwe that is empowered and more resilient to create and sustain growth that will improve people’s lives.
We focus on areas that have a multiplier effect through a targeted build-up of capacities, policies, the creation of dialogue space, and scalable downstream interventions.
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