Overall SHARP Theory of Change

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Strategies Core Outputs Core Outcomes Goal
Community systems strengthening
Community mobilisation
Creating enabling environments
Partnerships and strengthening of other systems
Community-based service delivery
Implementing innovative approaches
Development, adaptation and dissemination of tools, guidance and resources specific to the region
Knowledge sharing and linkages
Evidence building

Individual

  • Increased access to HIV and SRHR services and commodities

Community

  • Targeted MSM communities mobilised: increased reach and meaningful engagement
  • Strengthened CBOs/networks and leadership, enabling effective community action (services, advocacy, engagement with different structures)

Services

  • Increased awareness by the health and other sectors of the needs of MSM
  • Increased capacity of the health and other sectors to serve MSM affected by HIV
  • Better quality HIV and SRHR services for MSM
  • Formal/informal inter-sector partnerships and mechanisms established
  • Increased HIV and SRHR service coverage of MSM

Structural

  • Enhanced enabling social, structural and political environments
    • Partnerships for advocacy developed and increased participation of CBOs in CSO coalitions
    • Better coordinated advocacy at national, regional and global level
    • Evidence and learning feeding into policy and practice
    • Mechanisms in place to report/monitor rights

Regional

  • Regional model(s) for MSM service provision and advocacy

Individual

  • Increased uptake of better quality HIV and SRHR services and commodities
  • Increased ART adherence

Community

  • Increased mutual support within the community

Services

  • More MSM-friendly service providers

Structural

  • MSM can increasingly exercise their rights
Reduced spread
and impact of
HIV among MSM
Healthy MSM
communities
Goal