National Strategic Plan

The National Strategic Plan 2007 – 2011 expires at the end of 2011.  A thinktank of key roleplayers including Department of Health, SANAC and SABCOHA will be meeting on a regular basis to input strategic and inclusive directives that will influence the drafting of the NSP 2012 – 2016.

The primary aims of the NSP currently are to:
• Reduce the number of new HIV infections by 50%.
• Reduce the impact of HIV and AIDS on individuals, families, communities and society by expanding access to an appropriate package of treatment, care and support to 80% of all people diagnosed with HIV.

Friday, 26 August 2011  at the BUSA Offices.   SABCOHA in partnership with BUSA hosted a workshop with the intention that it would inform a business focused submission for consideration that would influence the drafting of the next phase of the National Strategic Plan (NSP). The NSP 2012-2016 is set to be launched on World Aids Day, 1 December 2011.

Comments regarding the Draft Zero of the next NSP (see below) emailed to

Following the Workshop the draft business sector draft submission document was forwarded to stakeholders for further comment.  These comments will be considered for inclusion in the final submission.


Strategic Plan on HIV, STIs and TB – 2012-2016 – pdf Click here to download the document 2.27 Mb

Draft Business Sector Proposal – doc Click here to download the document 249.00 Kb

NSP Zero Draft 2011 – pdf Click here to download a copy of the draft doc. 1.81 Mb

NSP 2007 – 2011 – pdf Click here to download a copy 344.37 Kb

NSP – 2010 Mid Term Review – NSP_mid-term_review_May_2010.pdf