BIH-910-G03-H - Bosnia and Herzegovina

Scaling up Universal Access for Most at Risk Population in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The first case of HIV was registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1986. By the end of 2009 the country had registered 134 people living with HIV. The goal of the program supported by this grant is to reduce HIV transmission and improve HIV treatment, care and support in the country. This program will target the following groups that have been identified as being at higher risk of becoming infected with HIV: people who inject drugs, men who have sex with men, sex workers and their clients, cross-border migrants, migrant workers, internally displaced persons, refugees and prisoners, as well as the Roma population and youth who are not referred to specifically as target groups in the National HIV Strategy. The activities funded by this grant will build on those funded under the Round 5 grant to help ensure that HIV prevalence remains below 1 percent in the general population – a key outcome under the current national strategy – and to improve quality of life for people living with and affected by HIV.


Principal Recipient

Principal Recipient

United Nations Development Programme, Bosnia-Herzegovina

Disbursement

Most Recent Disbursement

01 May 2015

US$ 2,203,591

Grant Duration

Grant Period

From: 01 Dec 2010

To: 30 Nov 2015


Component

Component

HIV/AIDS

Implementation Period

Implementation Period

Phase 2

A1

Most Recent Performance Rating

Exceeds expectations


Signed to Date

Total Signed To Date

US$ 30,052,366

Commmited to Date

Total Committed Amount

US$ 29,133,434

Disbursed to Date

Total Amount Disbursed to Date

US$ 28,724,789

Prevention

Programmes for specific groups

Counseling and testing

Treatment

Antiretroviral treatment (ARV) and monitoring

Grant Financial Performance



Grant Performance



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A1 - Exceeds expectations
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A2 - Meets expectations
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B1 - Adequate

Performance Indicators

Period covered: 01 Jul 2014 - 31 Dec 2014
Indicator Target Actual
Number of IDUs reached by HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs (Needle and syringe program) 5,339 5,394
Number of drug users on Opoid Substitution Programme 1,380 1,113
Number of SWs reached by HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs 1,602 1,659
Number of MSM reached by HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs 3,126 3,154
Number of Prisoners reached by HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs 1,800 2,148
Number of ROMA, migrants and returning refugees reached by HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs 10,000 10,090
Number of HIV testing and counselling sessions including provision of result provided to MARPS (IDUs, SW and MSM) 6,602 5,744
Number and percentage of eligible adults and children currently receiving antiretroviral therapy 95 114
Number of adults and children enrolled in HIV care, who had their TB status assessed and recorded during their last visit N: 97
D: 97
P: 100 %
N: 131
D: 131
P: 100 %

Fund Portfolio Manager

All amounts are in USD or the USD-equivalent for grants signed in EUR

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