Commitment title:

By 2022, reverse HIV epidemic, through increased access to preventive services for timely detection and progression to care, By 2022, increase the funding from the state budget for HIV response from 76% (2018) to 96% (2022) By 2030, contain HIV prevale

Commitment description:

By 2025, the GoG will implement Budgetary, Policy and Programmatic commitments to reverse the HIV epidemic by increasing coverage of HIV preventive services, increasing access to PEP, mental health and other referral services and for violence, adding SRH services to existing HIV service package, introducing PrEP at community level; achieve elimination of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis and introducing Behavior Change communication campaigns for the HIV prevention.

Modes of engagement:
  • Budgetary and financial
    By 2022, to increase state funding, as % of the total annual expenditure for HIV Response, from 76% (2018) to 96% (2022),

    Value: State funding for HIV response up to 96% (as % of the total annual expenditure for HIV Response)

  • Policy and guidance
    By 2025, add sexual and reproductive health services to existing service package on HIV prevention (FP/safe abortion consultation and referral to Ob/Gyn, STI diagnostic/treatment);
  • Programmatic action
    By 2025, implement Behavior change communication campaigns for HIV prevention; By 2025, introduce PrEP at community level/service points; By 2025, achieve elimination of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV and Syphilis
Commitment to be actioned in: Georgia
Submitted from: Georgia
Submitted by
Ministry of Internally Displaced Persons from the Occupied Territories, Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia
Thematic area
Achieve universal access to sexual and reproductive health as a part of universal health coverage (UHC)
Commitment category

(4) Access for all adolescents and youth, especially girls, to comprehensive and age-responsive information, education and adolescent-friendly comprehensive, quality and timely services to be able to make free and informed decisions and choices about their sexuality and reproductive lives, to adequately protect themselves from unintended pregnancies, all forms of sexual and  gender-based violence and harmful practices, sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS, to facilitate a safe transition into adulthood.