National Partnership Platform (NPP)
The National Partnership Platform (NPP) strategy is a unique and creative approach that enables effective dialogue between civil society, government, and other stakeholders built upon equal exchange, and grounded in transparency and accountability.
The platform includes a broad variety of partner organisations and addresses two of the most fundamental and neglected aspects of the response to HIV and TB: genuine coordination, dialogue and collaboration between local civil society stakeholders, as well as improved accountability and ownership of national HIV/TB policies and programmes.
Generally, the NPP initiative seeks to:
Create an effective mechanism for the exchange of information and experience on HIV and TB among all stakeholders
Increase unity and solidarity among civil society actors
Provide a hub for critical advocacy activities and campaigns
Facilitate meaningful engagement between government and civil society, including the monitoring of national HIV and TB targets and milestones
Find out more about NPPs at the links below:
National Partnership Platforms