VTN-H-MOH - Viet Nam

The Global Fund supported project on HIV/AIDS

Viet Nam is facing 2 major epidemiological challenges: expansion of HIV epidemic among Most at Risk Populations (MARP) and rapid increase of people living with HIV/AIDS who are in need of care and treatment. The national coverage of HIV harm reduction activities as well as care and treatment including Anti-Retroviral Therapy (ART), remains far from sufficient even though these have been expanded during the last few years. In addition to Government and other donor resources, Global Fund’s support will enable Viet Name to address substantial gaps in access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services in 53 to 64 provinces nationwide, through strengthening working partnerships between government and civil society. The current grant is a consolidation of the Round 8 and Round 9 HIV proposal under the Single Stream of Funding. The activities complement achievements of the national HIV/AIDS strategy goals by implementing core priorities, including harm reduction program for injecting drug users (IDUs), condom use promotion for female sex workers (FSW) and men who have sex with men (MSM), and care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). The SSF program supports HIV treatment, care and support services and strengthens the organizational capacity of civil society organizations.


Principal Recipient

Principal Recipient

Viet Nam Administration of HIV/AIDS Control, Ministry of Health of Viet Nam

Disbursement

Most Recent Disbursement

08 Dec 2014

US$ 151,990

Grant Duration

Grant Period

From: 01 Jan 2011

To: 31 Dec 2015


Component

Component

HIV/AIDS

Implementation Period

Implementation Period

Implementation Period

Period 2

A1

Most Recent Performance Rating

Exceeds expectations


Signed to Date

Total Signed To Date

US$ 125,594,356

Commmited to Date

Total Committed Amount

US$ 87,398,702

Disbursed to Date

Total Amount Disbursed to Date

US$ 77,003,255

Prevention

PMTCT

Treatment

Antiretroviral treatment (ARV) and monitoring

HSS

Community Systems Strengthening

Other

key populations

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
Percentage of people with risk behaviors (SWs, IDUs, MSM) who have received an HIV test in the past 12 months and know their results N:
D:
P: 45 %
N:
D:
P: 32.6 %
Percentage of adults and children newly enrolled in HIV care who start IPT during the reporting period N:
D:
P: 25 %
N:
D:
P: 18 %
Number of infants born to HIV-infected women who receive a virological test for HIV within 2 months of birth N:
D:
P: 60 %
N: 56
D: 107
P: 52.3 %
Percentage of HIV-positive pregnant women who received antiretrovirals to reduce the risk of mother-to-child transmission N:
D:
P: 80 %
N:
D:
P: 100 %
Percentage of pregnant women who have received an HIV test and know their HIV status N:
D:
P: 80 %
N: 68,117
D: 86,993
P: 78.3 %
Number of adults and children with HIV infection currently receiving antiretroviral therapy 36,700 38,568
Number of high risk MSMs reached with HIV prevention program (condom promotion) 12,173 15,832
Number of FSWs reached with HIV prevention program 20,821 20,430
Number of IDUs receiving Methadone Maintenance Therapy (MMT) Program 8,750 7,094
Number of IDUs reached with HIV prevention program (needle/syringe) 38,000 37,567
Number of orphaned and vulnerable children aged 0-17 years whose households received free basic external support in caring for the child according to national guidelines 1,266 1,421
Number of local CBOs capable of delivering HIV prevention and/or care and support services in 10 CS-focus provinces 78 76

Fund Portfolio Manager

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

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