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Stakeholders Meeting and Dissemination of Operational Plan 2.5 Years (2014-2016)

The Cambodia People living with HIV Network (CPN+) organized the Stakeholders Meeting and Dissemination of Operational Plan 2.5 Years (2014-2016) on 28 August 2014 at Phnom Penh Hotel. The participants are from development partners, the royal government of Cambodia (RGC’s) related institutions, donors, community practitioners, and other stakeholders and amongst people who living HIV (PLHIV).

The meeting orientated CPN+ Strategic Plan and disseminated Operational Plan 2014-2016 including Operations and Communication Guidelines. This meeting aims (1) to increase access to high-quality, cost effective, and comprehensive health services and psychosocial supports for PLHIV, MARP and their families; (2) to strengthen HIV-sensitive economic support and social protection for PLHIV, MARP, and their families; (3) to represents PLHIV and MARP and advocate for the rights of people and households affected by HIV in Cambodia to be realized; (4) to strengthen the CPN+ network and build a strong and skilled organization moving forward and (5); to build the long-term sustainability of the network.

To reflect and interprete its strategic plan, CPN+ comes up with 2.5 years operational plan (2014-2016) with the application of participatory approaches and the methodologies including privacy interview, consultative meeting, rapid assessment, focus group discussion, document-reviewing and questionnaire-completing. The operational plan consists of five operational strategies, fourteen operational approaches, twenty-six key performance indicators and ninety-seven specific activities.

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