GIPA Report Card

GIPA Report Card

The GIPA Report Card is an instrument to monitor and evaluate governments’ and organisations’ application of the GIPA principle, particularly in light of the 2001 UNGASS on HIV and the Declaration of Commitment. As an advocacy tool the GIPA Report Card aims to increase and improve the programmatic, policy and funding actions taken to realise the greater involvement of people living with HIV in a country’s HIV response.

The Greater Involvement of People Living with HIV (GIPA) principle aims to realise the rights and responsibilities of people living with HIV to self-determination and meaningful participation in decision-making processes that affect their lives. By promoting and strengthening the involvement of people living with HIV, the application of the GIPA principle enhances the quality and effectiveness of HIV responses.

The need for developing the GIPA Report Card was identified at a Think Tank Meeting of People living with HIV in 2005. Developed by people living with HIV and implemented by people living with HIV networks in country, the tool is an example of the GIPA principle. It continues to be adapted and improved based on in-country experiences.

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