In June-August 2010, the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) undertook a comprehensive Strategic Review – to inform a new Strategic Plan for 2011-15 and guide the organisation within the changing environment for HIV and global health. The Review was approved by the International Board of GNP+, managed by a Strategic Review Working Group and implemented by an independent consultant. It focused on three areas – the role, work and governance of GNP+ – and explored key questions (such as how GNP+ could make a more effective contribution to the global response to HIV). The Review looked backwards (reflecting on GNP+’s strengths and weaknesses in 2006-10) and forwards (identifying strategic issues and options for the future). Its remit was the competencies and strategies of the International Secretariat of GNP+ (not the wider PLHIV movement or regional networks, nor serving as an evaluation of GNP+’s programmatic and advocacy work).
In this summary you will find a short overview about the methodology, context and the results of the Review. The Summary is available in 5 languages. The full report is available in English only, and can be found here.