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National Council Of People Living With HIV in Tanzania (NACOPHA)

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Joined March 2021

In Tanzania, a nation where people living with HIV and AIDS live a quality life and enjoy all their human rights. Provide leadership and coordination of actors' efforts in the HIV response



Presence in: Tanzania
Focus: Access to Information, Economic Empowerment, Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services, Governance, Policy Advocacy & Governance, Traditional / Customary Justice, Women's Rights

Introduction

National Council of People Living with HIV in Tanzania (NACOPHA) is a national grassroots-based organization of all individuals recognized through organized groups, Clusters, and Networks of People living with HIV (PLHIV) in Tanzania. NACOPHA leads a unified voice of PLHIV, coordinates efforts, and contributions of PLHIV in the national HIV response in Tanzania mainland.

NACOPHA coordinates efforts of PLHIV through district clusters and empowerment groups, networks, and individuals to address the needs of PLHIV. NACOPHA has ensured meaningful involvement of PLHIV in policy fora and program planning, review, implementation, and monitoring. NACOPHA ensure that the PLHIV are powerful protagonists in HIV response, not merely assistance recipients. NACOPHA applies bottom-up approach engaging policy and development actors, partners, and collaborators with the Government ministries, departments and agencies, Parliament, PEPFAR/USAID, Global Fund, and UN family, etc.

Vision

To have a Nation where People Living with HIV and AIDS live a quality Life and Enjoy all Basic Human Rights.

Mission

To provide Leadership and coordinate actors’ efforts through evidence-based advocacy and capacity strengthening towards a vibrant engagement and visibility of PLHIV.

 CORE VALUES

  • Accountability
  • Culture of Excellence
  • Integrity and gender equality
  • Respect for Human Rights and dignity
  • Voluntarism

People Associated With This Organization

Pantaleon Shoki

Tanzania  
National Council Of People Living With...
Joined March 2021
Interests: Access to Information, Community / Customary Land Rights, Economic Empowerment, Gender-based violence, Generalist Legal Services, Policy Advocacy & Governance, Traditional / Customary Justice, Women's Rights
Pantaleon Shoki, is a Social Sector Analyst and Monitoring & Evaluation, Reporting, & Learning (MERL) Specialist. Mr. Shoki holds a B.A(Economics) and M.A (Monitoring & Evaluation). Mr. Shoki is an Associate Director of Research and Learning at the National Council of People Living with HIV in Tanzania (NACOPHA).
Mr.Shoki’s research interests are founded on the impact of monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) systems on strategic meaningful involvement of people living with HIV and AIDS; faith and community initiatives for epidemic control; causal analysis of index client testing; violence against children living with HIV; community-led monitoring and financial sustainability of PLHIV Clusters; Legal empowerment and financial sustainability of PLHIV Clusters; Mainstreaming of Community-led monitoring into Legal empowerment interventions
Pantaleon Shoki is the network champion (main point of contact) for National Council Of People Living With HIV in Tanzania (NACOPHA).

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