Date: 07-11-2013 venue: renew Conference Hall Mission Vision and Objectives Funding Fixed assets Numbers of staff Capacity Building Networking Care and Support Advocacy Other progress Progress in line What we need to do Current fund and gaps Issues Any other business To create and promote a strong support system based on solidarity, social networking and people’s participation for addressing and taking collective action towards effective response to HIV/AIDS and its impact. Lhak-Sam aims to be a premier organization in Bhutan committed to providing and promoting leadership, education and capacity building to all people living with HIV (PLHIV) and their families, empowering them to improve their quality of life, by reducing stigma and discrimination and through access to appropriate prevention, care and support services “A society where all PLHIV and affected family members have opportunities for a meaningful livelihood with HIV controlled and its impacts eliminated among the people and PLHIV” Board of Directors Legal services Executive Committee Executive Director Chief Program Officer Program Manager Treatment & Research Finance Officer Supporting staff Network/Media Enrich work and peer counseling Local Support Group (Regional) Joint United Nation Program on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS) (2011- 2012) USD 9000 UNDP PAF (2011- June 2012) USD 67,000 Civil Society Organization Fund Facility (CSOFF) (2011-June 2013) BTN 10,61,965 UNFPA (2012) USD 2500 Office Equipments Furniture and fittings Audio Visual Equipments Office Kitchen appliances Office decoration Office Heating equipments NO. Designation Salary/ Stipend (BTN) OFFICE RUNNING COST PAID FROM LHAK-SAM UNRESTRICTED FUND 1. Executive Director 10,000 3. Program Manager 8,000 4. Accountant 5,500 5. Treatment and Care Officer 4,500 6. Network and Media Officer 4,500 7. 2 enrich worker 9,000 (4,500 each ) 8. Office Rent 10,000 9. Office utilities 4000 (approximately) Total 55,500 Regional Support Group Leader (S/Jongkhar) - RBP Regional Support Group Leader (P/Ling)-RBP 1 Account Mentor UNFPA (April 2013- May end 2014) BTN 25000 1 Program Manager UNFPA (April 2013-May end 2014)BTN 25000 Area of Capacity Building No. of particip ants Place Date Duration Technical Ass./Facilitator /coordinator Fund Support Study Tour 2 Bangkok June 2012 5 days UNDP UNDP PAF Study/Exposure tour 10 Nepal Dec. 2011 7 days NAPN+ & UNAIDS, Nepal UNDP PAF & Lhak-Sam Study Tour 4 India May 2010 5 days Delhi Network GFATM support to MoH Conferences 2 South Korea 2011 5 days Youth Lead, Bangkok UNICEF 4 times Training of the Trainer (ToT) 66 Paro, Mongar, P/Ling….. 20092012 3 days/ training NACP/ Lhak-Sam GFATM support to MoH Advocacy Training 22 Thimphu Sep. 2011 3 days UNAIDS TSF (South Asia) UNDP PAF, UNAIDS TSF (South Asia) Leadership training (1st and 2nd Phase) 32 Thimphu Sep. 2011 & Dec. 2011 3 days each UNAIDS TSF ( South Asia) UNDP PAF, UNAIDS TSF (South Asia) Office Management and Communication Skills 16 Thimphu July 2011 10 days IMS Lhak-Sam unrestricted fund Strategic planning workshop 12 Thimphu May 2010 3 days Youth Lead, Bangkok Youth Lead, Bangkok Area of Capacity Building No. of participants Place Date Duration Tech. Assis. / Facilitator/C oordination Fund Support Treatment Literacy Training 1st phase 24 & 2nd phase 12 Thimphu April 2012 & July 2012 3 days each APN+ APN+ Community Base Care Training 7 Mercy Centre, Bangkok June-July 2012 10 days Mercy Centre GFATM support to MoH Basic Counseling Training 13 Thimphu July 2012 10 days RIHS UNFPA Focused Group Discussion (FDG) Training 5 Thimphu August 2012 ½ day RIHS NCWC through CABA project Basic Computer Operations 9 T/Phu & S/Jongkhar 2011 &2012 1 month Computer Institute CSOFF In-office training in accounts 1 Thimphu 2011-2013 Since the inception of LhakSam Account mentor (affected family member) 6 months -UNDP PAF 12 months UNFPA & 18 months volunteered Basic Treatment Training 13 S/Jongkhar , P/Ling 2012 -2013 2 days Lhak-Sam CSOFF & CCM Basic Treatment 40 P/Ling Feb 2013 3 days Lhak-Sam GFATM Area of Capacity Building No. of participant s Place Date Duration Tech. Assis. / Facilitator/ Coordinati on Fund Support Result Based Management 1 Bangkok, Pundit university March 14 days University & assisted by UNFPA UNFPA Training Workshop 1 Association for the promotion of the status of women (APSW), Bangkok July 3 days APSW UNFPA Annual General Meeting 62 Mongar 26-28 September 3 days Lhak-Sam UNFPA Basic treatment literacy session 31 Mongar Sep. 30- Oct. 02 3 days Lhak-Sam UNFPA In networking Lhak-Sam had made a tremendous achievement covering 16 districts and raising its membership to 115 of 244 currently living with HIV in the country with another 22 in contact, out of 321 detected cases of HIV. We give equal attention and opportunities to the discordant couples Home visit or meet at any place they feel comfortable Peer psychosocial counseling Basic self care and human rights Experience sharing Advocate on Lhak-Sam and its mandates In order to facilitate networking/outreach work of Lhak-Sam HH The Jekhenpo gave BTN 750,000 to buy one Bolero Jeep. Education support to 12 disadvantaged HIV positive children (double or single orphaned) (2011-2013) Travel support to 31 disadvantaged PLHIV to seek needful treatment including the children Nutritional support to 10 disadvantaged PLHIV while admitted in the hospital visiting them frequently Death incentives (PLHIV and their Parents) Buying essential treatment related things when necessary and when we can House hold item support to 2 members Psychosocial peer counseling Education on self care Escort to hospital and link them with HIV treating doctors, Lab technicians, pharmacist etc. Attended while admitted in the hospital Reaching out/sending ARV when necessary Monthly telephone follow up Referral to the regional and national hospitals Visited them when needed at any place when we can Date Districts /Place No. of Students No. of Teachers/Office rs 19-01-12 Thimphu, RBG 455 13 19-01-12 Thimphu, RBA 756 16 20-03-12 Bumthang High School 475 18 23-03-12 Tashigang, Kanglung HSS 599 18 25-03-12 Pamagatsel, Nangkhor HSS 602 18 25-03-12 Pamagatsel HSS 592 16 27-03-12 Dewathang Army and family 380 5 29-03-12 S/Jongkhar, Bangtar Army 200 4 Date Districts /Place N0.of Audiences No. of Teachers/Other officials 29-03-12 Bangtar, Phuntshothang HSS 486 13 31-03-12 S/Jongkhar High School 400 13 31-03-12 S/Jongkhar Silicon Factory 85 5 05-04-12 Samtse High School 499 12 06-04-12 Phuntsholing HSS 890 15 14-04-12 Punakha, Police and family 69 2 15-04-12 Wangdue High School 395 15 20-04-12 Paro Tenzin High School 800 7 22-04-12 Haa Ugyen Dorji High School 408 39 Date Districts No. of Audiences No. of Teachers/ other officials May 2012 Thimphu Police and spouse 159 3 April 2012 Samtse Changmari School 400 12 April 2012 Bimtar Community, Samtse 30 April 2012 Phuntsholing HISC 35 May 2012 Thimphu HISC 15 Mongar, MHV 600 07/01/2013 Thimphu, UN Systems 30 13/02/2013 Tshirang 351 5 14/02/2013 Sarpang 305 2 15/02/2013 G/Phug 905 18 16/02/2013 Zhemgang 308 12 18/02/2013 Trongsa 305 3 19/02/2013 Bumthang 665 11 June , 2013 MHSS, Thimphu 440 7 June, 2013 JNHS (2 times) 800 12 13,439 320 Total 6 Need of enough CD4 count testing machines without interruption Viral Load Testing machine Implementation of WHO recommendation ARV Fixed Dose combination Provision of sufficient Formula Feeding for the children born to HIV positive mothers Legal services in order to protect the rights of PLHIV and their affected family members Law and legislation for those knowingly and intentionally spreading HIV WAD 2011 & 2012 (given HIV a human face in collaboration with the other relevant partners) Positive Program documentary Lhak-Sam is the Board Member of APN+ and co-chair of its current steering committee Lhak-Sam currently exists at the national, regional and global level as one of its kind network in Bhutan with a human face to HIV Land Strategic Plan and Work plan in line with the strategy More Proposals writings Service manual/Constitution Fund raising strategy Advocacy tools Strengthen its program sections Pay reasonable salary to the staffs for their sustainability Formal setting up of the regional groups office in Samdrupjongkhar and Phuntsholing A consultant based monitoring and evaluation of the activities carried out till date Activities 1 year (USD) 2nd year (USD) Provide funding to PLHIV organization for care and support coordination role 4770 4770 Program monitoring visit 2,280 2,280 Total 6164 7050 Grand Total 14,100 Donor: UNFPA Time: for 2013 Total amount: USD 42,000 Activities: 1) Hiring of 2 human resources; 1 program manager & 1 account officer (mentoring and in house training)= USD 11,000 2) Annual Conference or AGM : USD 15,000 3) Training USD 5000 4) World AIDS Day: USD 3000 5) Capacity development for program manager: USD 8000 No sufficient budget to support the disadvantaged PLHIV to seek needful treatment No fund to carry on with Networking & advocacy program With the finish of UNFPA AWP-no funds to conduct meetings and trainings among the PLHIV to build their capacity and reduce isolation The institutional sustainability of Lhak-Sam has reached a scary situation No Viral Load Testing Machine More refresher trainings for the HIV treating health personals High Mortality and morbidity (lost 7), no quality of life even with ARVs NACP I S S T I L L R E A L ANY OTHER BUSINESS ?