Coordinated Programming Across USG Agencies

Coordination and collaborative programming of HIV/AIDS activities across USG Agencies is an essential standard of practice. In countries with small programs and few USG Agencies, this practice may translate, for example, into coordination meetings several times a year, to include the Embassy, implementing Agencies and partners. In larger country programs, programming should assume the model of the focus countries with inter-Agency teams working under Chiefs of Mission to meet regularly, coordinate annual programming and reporting, and have single USG representation for communication with OGAC and host country government counterparts.

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