Multi-country South Asia Gobal Fund HIV Programme (MSA) is a Community Systems Strengthening (CSS) initiative targeting prominent community advocates in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. The overall goal of the Programme is to reduce the impact of, and vulnerability to, HIV of Hijras and Transgender people through Community Systems Strengthening (CSS). The programme is supported through a grant from the Global Fund and is currently in its second phase. The Programme, currently in its extension phase, is supported by a grant from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and will run until 2018. Led by Save the Children – Nepal as the Principal Recipient of the Grant it promotes and protects the rights of key populations of Hijras and transgender people and is building a foundation to ensure that regional and country-level community networks continue to be an essential partner in the HIV response. MSA focuses on strengthening community systems to improve Good Governance Systems of CBOs including coordination with local governments and health care providers, deliver concentrated and quality capacity development support, and provide technical assistance to ensure high intervention impact and sustainability.

It was all possible with the Team effort and dedication of MSA project staffs along with timely and efficient guidance, suggestions and feedbacks of Executive Director, Directors (Program and Finance) of Bandhu and Save the Children Nepal which deserves sincere applaud and thanks. The highlight of 2017 has been produced with significant moments of MSA Project.

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