A major achievement for project DIVA has been its successful piloting of innovative community-driven fast-track models to boost coverage of HIV services in the TG/H community. Four innovative models—Dera-ledNetwork Model, Making the Invisible Visible Model,Reaching the Young TG/H through ICT Model, and Connect, Link and Network Model—were tested at four geographically dispersed sites (in (Karnataka, Odisha, Delhi and Andhra Pradesh). The four ‘learning sites’ were identified under NACO’s guidance and in consultation with SACS on the basis of availability of TG/H intervention programme and IBBS 2015–2016 data.
The learning sites were expected to serve as model CBOs/sites to be showcased for decreased HIV prevalence. The models piloted and promoted at these sites needed to reach the hard-to-reach and unreached groups within the TG/H community through mobile-based outreach strategies. MSA-DIVA used a focused approach in undertaking its technical assistance and capacity building activities and exposure visits at the four sites.
|S.no||Innovation Model||Implementing CBO||Site, State|
|1.||Dera Led Network Model||Kinnar Bharti||New Delhi|
|2.||Making the Invisible Visible Model||SAKHA||Bhubaneshwar, Odisha|
|3.||Reaching the young TG/H through ICT||Payana||Bengaluru, Karnataka|
|4.||Connect, Link and Network Model||KYSS||West Godavari|
Details on the piloted models and their key results can be had from the following link: Click here