DHAT’s regional activities are informed by national priorities through its country offices and partners (Botswana, Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe) and with direct link with Organisations of Persons with Disabilities (OPDs), Disability Networks, AIDS Service Organisations (ASOs), and communities in other countries. These linkages (country, OPDs, disability networks, community, ASO and regional experiences) promote south –to- south learning and facilities evidence based advocacy for influencing legislation, policies and research developed at different levels. DHAT demonstrates its regional value added through;
Further, DHAT promotes the rights and capacity building of persons with disabilities (PWDs) infected and affected by HIV/AIDS and their organisations; aimed at achieving inclusion and full participation of disabled people in economic, SRHR, social and political development and HIV and AIDS and other health related interventions. DHAT’s implementation strategy emphasizes on capacity development of its stakeholders. The mandate includes solidarity building, information facilitation, training, research, advocacy and network.
Facilitate development, harmonization and review of policies and legislation related to disability, HIV and AIDS interventions
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