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CoE Quarterly Meeting under HIV Flagship 2014

Approximately 60 CoE Staff and outreach workers from twelve differerent NGOs participate in the two-day meeting from 7 to 8 April 2014, at the Imperial Garden Villa and Hotel, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

The meeting reviews Centers of Excellence (hereafter “CoEs”) performance of progress activities against work-plan, monitoring and evaluation and budget for the first quarter (Q1) and the second quarter (Q2) under Flagship year 2; provides CoE with updates and reviews any changes made to Flagship Year 2 remaining grant cycle (Q3 & Q4) and provides platform for CoEs to discuss and address challenges and key issues in regards to program implementation, and identifies recommendations and next steps.

Possible establishments of condom ATMs will be placed in the areas where they are accessible, affordable and acceptable. PSK, one of KHANA consortium partners, said it technically assists in establishing condom ATMs that will be handed over to Centers of excellence to manage and run them.

The repeated arrests of transgender people in Siem Reap and other public parks are also discussed. The advocacy might play an indispensable part to make most-at-risk populations (MARPs) to be aware of their human rights including their right to free trial and the right not to subject illegal arrest. Likewise, law enforcement officials should be trained about rights of MARPs and their obligations under international huma rights instruments.

Participants in this meeting are Executive Director of each CoEs including also Finance Managers, Program Managers and M&E Focal Point from KHANA, FHI360, PSK, AUA, CS, CWPD, MHC, MHSS, PSOD, SCC, and AHC.

By Mey Sovannara

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