Eastern Africa National Networks of AIDS Service Organisations
CSAT Hub for Eastern Africa
The Eastern Africa National Networks of AIDS Service Organisations (EANNASO) is a regional network comprising of national networks of AIDS Service Organisations (ASOs). EANNASO's mandate is to facilitate coordination, effective joint advocacy, networking and information sharing among its member networks in Eastern Africa.
The role of EANNASO is to support the institutional architecture of national networks in contributing to the HIV and AIDS response in the region. This role is seen by many Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), governments and donors who are key actors as fostering a harmonized regional response and a common voice for civil society.
- Jul 2nd 2010, 11am / EANNASO / Being a PR, SR or SSRDownloadIn 2002, the government established the Council for the Fight against AIDS (CNLS) to coordinate and guarantee a multi-sectoral coordination of HIV and AIDS work now under the Ministry of HIV and AIDS. CNLS was established to manage the World Bank project - the Multi-Country HIV and AIDS Programme (MAP) which promoted a multi-sectoral response to...