CSO Charter - Zimbabwe
In light of the changes in the HIV and AIDS epidemic that have resulted to shifts in the response to the epidemic at national, regional and global level, the Zimbabwe Civil Society Organizations, convened, developed and adopted the charter based on consultations within the Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), and other Stakeholders in the HIV and AIDS sector and outcomes of three CSOs’ workshops held in December 2018, in Harare. The Zimbabwe CSO Charter has been validated in March 2019 and building capacity for policy development, leadership, effective and responsive programming. The Charter makes the following commitment.
Engagement and Accountability Frameworks
Recognising the critical role of CSOs in health service delivery and health policy formulation and implementation, there is a need for a more organised and structured process for CSOs to engage in addressing public health challenges and to adapt to the highly dynamic health sector.
The CSO Engagement and Accountability Framework outlines the approach and modalities for effective engagement and collaborative partnership engagement between Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and other stakeholders. Effective engagement and collaborative partnerships will maximise the impact of health policies and programmes while enhancing aid effectiveness in the health sector in Zimbabwe.