• Strong Focus on HIV and TB prevention, care, and support amongst KPs: ZAN will continue strengthening its role in prevention, care, and support, ensuring CSOs are focusing on KPs as their primary beneficiaries. ZAN will thus take on the broader issues of CSOs capacity development, coordination and information sharing and dissemination for scaling up service provision. Through supporting CSOs evidence-backed community centred interventions, ZAN will be a thought leader in the region and will share lessons learnt with national and regional partners.

  • Footmarks in the Regional and Globally: ZAN aims to avail customized HIV, TB and SRH program models that can be adapted locally, regionally and internationally to address issues peculiar to CSOs enhanced programming for KPs. We will also concentrate our efforts on developing the capacities of sub-national structures and local authorities’ to prioritize integrated HIV, TB and NCDs interventions in their development plans.

  • Community Engagement and Local Partnerships: ZAN has made a strategic commitment to work in collaboration with local communities’ structures and actors based on their felt needs. We will work with institutions that support traditional leaders and community driven structures such as the development committees and health centre committees.

  • Diversified Funding Base: ZAN will aggressively pursue diversification of the donor base to optimize our resources for the greatest impact for the beneficent CSOs where and whom we work with. ZAN will continue to successfully demonstrate effective and cost-efficient programming enabling it reach scale and catalyze long-term systemic change and sustainability.

  • Stable and Efficient Organization: To underscore our efficiency and ensure the bulk of our funding goes directly to our work, ZAN is now maintaining a very lean top administrative and management structure. Nevertheless, we will invest more effort developing high-quality infrastructure that will support the long-term stability and effectiveness of the organization and ensure mutual ownership of the end goal of ending HIV and TB by 2030 and achieving the SDGs.

  • Scope of work: Through robust evidence-based advocacy, we will place greater emphasis on increased investment in community and health systems strengthening, comprehensive reproductive health services for KPs and policy and legal reforms. ZAN will place equal focus on civil society institutional capacity strengthening for interventions ownership and sustainability. This ZAN will achieve by working with and through partners and CSOs.