Detailed Mechanism Funding and Narrative

Years of mechanism: 2011 2012 2013 2014 2016

Details for Mechanism ID: 12827
Country/Region: Tanzania
Year: 2011
Main Partner: Johns Hopkins University
Main Partner Program: NA
Organizational Type: University
Funding Agency: USAID
Total Funding: $7,335,424

Funding for Care: Orphans and Vulnerable Children (HKID): $350,000

JHU will:-

1) Work in collaboration with the DSW and national OVC implementing partners to develop the communication plan for the new MVC NCPA

2) Work in collaboration with the DSW and national OVC stakeholders to disseminate and advocate on behalf of the OVC NCPA using different modes of communication

3) Support monitoring and assessment of the effectiveness of the developed national communication plan

Funding for Treatment: Adult Treatment (HTXS): $800,000

$400,000 - Maintain successful activities, including Wahapahapa radio drama, production of CTC videos, and collaboration with TACAIDS/NACP. Campaigns are national, with emphasis on highest prevalence regions.

$400,000 - New Communications initiative which is a follow-on to STRADCOM and AED/T-MARC will focus scaling-up evidence-based communication programs and best practices for behavior change in line with USG priorities; and to measurably transfer social and behavior change communication skills to Tanzanian institutions and organizations. The program will fund and support the development and implementation of quality BCC materials for promotion and creating demand of care and treatment and PMTCT services. National-level with community mobilization and interpersonal communications activities focused on the regions with the highest HIV prevalence. It will build on Mama Ushauri, fataki and other flagships to address both Care and treatment, PMTCT, PWP and FP through our health program.

Funding for Prevention: HIV Testing and Counseling (HVCT): $280,000

Continue support of CT communications campaigns, including promotion and stigma reduction. Decreased funding is due to efficiencies gained via prior materials development and campaigns. Couples counseling will be a central focus w/100k contribution to couples CT. Program coverage is national.

Funding for Sexual Prevention: Abstinence/Be Faithful (HVAB): $2,850,154

$2,050,154 - Scale-up evidence-based communication programs and best practices for behavior change in line with USG priorities; and to measurably transfer social and behavior change communication skills to Tanzanian institutions and organizations. The project will design, execute, and coordinate highly innovative and results-driven national level communications programs that address HIV/AIDS and health issues. Campaigns will focus on HIV prevention, addressing key drivers of the epidemic including multiple concurrent partnerships, condoms and GBV, as well as develop male circumcision BCC support for PEPFAR-supported MC sites and surrounding communities. The project will work with a wide range of Tanzanian organizations and institutions to strengthen capacity in social and behavior change communications. This is a National-level with community mobilization and interpersonal communications activities focused on the 8 regions with the highest HIV prevalence. Non-HIV/AIDS related activities are supported with USAID health funds and this joint program reflects increased collaboration across development platforms in the spirit of GHI. 100k will be set aside for formative research/assessment of behavioral drivers, potentially including geographic "city" focus, and outcome evaluation of campaigns.

$800,000 - Maintain successful activities, including Wahapahapa radio drama, Fataki anti cross-generational sex campaign, local radio station capacity building, collaboration with TACAIDS/NACP, alcohol campaigns, and work with other partners to translate mass media messages to the community level. Campaigns are national, with emphasis on the 8 highest HIV prevalence regions.

Funding for Sexual Prevention: Other Sexual Prevention (HVOP): $2,025,000

$1,225,000 - Scale-up evidence-based communication programs and best practices for behavior change in line with USG priorities; and to measurably transfer social and behavior change communication skills to Tanzanian institutions and organizations. The project will design, execute, and coordinate highly innovative and results-driven national level communications programs that address main HIV/AIDS and health issues. Campaigns will focus on HIV prevention, addressing key drivers of the epidemic including multiple concurrent partnerships, condoms, GBV as well as develop male circumcision BCC support for PEPFAR-supported MC sites and surrounding communities. The project will work with a wide range of Tanzanian organizations and institutions to strengthen capacity in social and behavior change communications. National-level with community mobilization and interpersonal communications activities focused on the 8 regions with the highest HIV prevalence. Non-HIV/AIDS related activities are supported with USAID health funds and this joint program reflects increased collaboration across development platforms in the spirit of GHI. 100k will be set aside for formative research/assessment of behavioral drivers, potentially including geographic "city" focus, and outcome evaluation of campaigns.

$800,000 - Maintain successful activities, including Wahapahapa radio drama, Fataki anti cross-generational sex campaign, local radio station capacity building, collaboration with TACAIDS/NACP, alcohol campaign, and work with other partners to translate mass media messages to the community level. Campaigns are national, with emphasis on 8 highest HIV prevalence regions.

Funding for Biomedical Prevention: Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (MTCT): $1,030,270

The Tanzania Communication and Capacity Project (TCCP) New Communications initiative, which is a follow-on to STRADCOM and AED/T-MARC will focus on scaling-up evidence-based communication programs and best practices for behavior change in line with USG priorities; and to measurably transfer social and behavior change communication skills to Tanzanian institutions and organizations. The program will fund and support the development and implementation of quality BCC materials for promotion and create demand of care and treatment and PMTCT services. The program will establish National-level interpersonal communications activities centered on the regions with the highest HIV prevalence with a focus on community mobilization . It will build on Mama Ushauri, fataki and other flagships to address both Care and treatment, PMTCT, PWP and FP through our health program.

Subpartners Total: $0
CARE International: NA
Media for Development International: NA
Cross Cutting Budget Categories and Known Amounts Total: $200,000
Gender: Gender Based Violence (GBV) $200,000
Key Issues Identified in Mechanism
Addressing male norms and behaviors
Increasing gender equity in HIV/AIDS activities and services
Malaria
Child Survival Activities
Safe Motherhood
Family Planning