Detailed Mechanism Funding and Narrative

Years of mechanism: 2010 2011

Details for Mechanism ID: 10119
Country/Region: Tanzania
Year: 2011
Main Partner: Deloitte Consulting Limited
Main Partner Program: NA
Organizational Type: Private Contractor
Funding Agency: USAID
Total Funding: $5,688,000

Funding for Care: Adult Care and Support (HBHC): $5,188,000

Deloitte Consulting Limited (TUNAJALI) will continue to provide integrated HIV care and support services in community settings. In FY 2011 TUNAJALI will continue to focus on integrating Prevention with Positives (PwP), and extending nutritional assessment and counseling (NACS) through community based service platforms. In order to effectively respond to the new changing working environment, TUNAJALI will adopt the updated National HBC standard core package of services targeting the needs of three groups of patients which include (i) Pre-ART patients, (ii) patients on ART and (iii) Terminally ill patients. However, special efforts will be made to enhance positive prevention information, education and services for PLHIV and their household members. Since the number of bedridden patients is decreasing, decreasing the frequency of volunteer visits. We will increase the client load of our volunteers from the original average of 15 patients per volunteer to 30, recommending at least one visit to be done at the home of the PLHIV (for the majority of them) or through agreed arrangements to a PLHIV support group (for those who are members) per month for all physically stable patients. We will also use physically stable PLHIV as community volunteers, and enhance linkages of physically stable PLHIV to effective income generating initiatives and build entrepreneur skills and expertise. The TUNAJALI project is implemented in Zanzibar, Coast, Morogoro, Iringa, Dodoma, Mwanza and Singida.

Funding for Testing: HIV Testing and Counseling (HVCT): $500,000

Deloitte Consulting Limited (TUNAJALI) will continue to provide home-based counseling and testing services as part of it's home-based care program. This mechanism was inadvertently left out of COP 10 and reprogrammed back. In July 2010, during implementation, there was a high response to home-based HIV counseling and testing services within the targeted areas. There was also a positive response from District Medical Officers (DMO) offices, and they are now constantly supplying the reagents for testing. In FY 2011 the program will continue conducting home based HIV counseling and testing in 17 districts to build on FY 2010 successes where over 100% of the target was reached.

Subpartners Total: $0
Afya Women Group: NA
Allamano Consolata Sisters Centre: NA
Alpha Dancing Group: NA
Anglican Church (Various Dioceses): NA
Anti-Female Genital Mutilation Network: NA
Baraza la Misikiti Tanzania: NA
Catholic Relief Services: NA
Counselling centre for Nutrition and Health: NA
Church (Various Dioceses): NA
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (Various Dioceses): NA
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (Various Dioceses): NA
Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (Various Dioceses): NA
FHI 360: NA
Faraja Human Development Fund: NA
Faraja Trust Fund: NA
Huruma AIDS Concern and Care: NA
Ikwiriri Mission Clinic and Dispensary: NA
Iringa Development of Youth & Disabled, and Children Care: NA
Jipeni Moyo Women and Community Organization: NA
Kifaru Community Development in Tanzania: NA
Kikundi cha Wanawake Wajane Kondoa: NA
Lugoda Hospital: NA
Mwanza Outreach Group: NA
Tanzania Network of Women living with HIV/AIDS: NA
Catholic Church (Various Dioceses): NA
Catholic Church (Various Dioceses): NA
Catholic Church (Various Dioceses): NA
Tanzania Home Economics Association: NA
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies: NA
Tanzania Women Lawyers Association: NA
Walio Katika Mapambano na AIDS Tanzania: NA
Wanaoishi na Virusi vya UKIMWI: NA
Zanzibar Association of People Living with HIV And AIDS: NA
Zanzibar Nurses Association: NA
Cross Cutting Budget Categories and Known Amounts Total: $1,449,620
Economic Strengthening $179,013
Food and Nutrition: Policy, Tools, and Service Delivery $230,000
Gender: Gender Based Violence (GBV) $8,079
Human Resources for Health $960,492
Water $72,036
Key Issues Identified in Mechanism
Increasing gender equity in HIV/AIDS activities and services
Increasing women's access to income and productive resources
Increasing women's legal rights and protection
Child Survival Activities
Safe Motherhood
Family Planning