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S.A. CITIES RESPONSE TO HIV/AIDS Emerging Issues, Effective Mitigation Strategies and Suggestions for Implementation :Work-In-Progress: Towards A Long Term & Sustainable Plan of Action: 

S.A. CITIES RESPONSE TO HIV/AIDS Emerging Issues, Effective Mitigation Strategies and Suggestions for Implementation :Work-In-Progress: Towards A Long Term andamp; Sustainable Plan of Action

Purpose of Presentation : 

Purpose of Presentation Based on the report: Recognize the fact that a lot of innovative interventions are taking place at city level although not enough to change mind set and create a paradigm shift. Suggest andamp; inject new ways of tackling the cross-cutting issue of HIV/Aids at city level as opposed to (only within the) municipality. Propose a workable plan of action that will be driven (centrally) by the SACN and (locally) by HIV/Aids domain specialist in conjunction with city indispensable partners (CSO’s, business andamp; international community)

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The Operational Context : 

The Operational Context Global, African andamp; Southern Africa By 2015, there will be 23 mega cities with populations in excess of 10 million. Of these, 19 will be in developing countries. By 2020, Africa will have 11 cities having more than 5 million inhabitants and more than 3000 cities with populations in excess of 20 000 (an increase of almost 300% from 1990) Africa’s urban population only constitutes 7% of the world urban population. Today, urban areas account for 34% of the total population Sub-Saharan Africa’s urban population will approach 440 million, or 46% of its projected total of 952 million by 2020. The average rate of urbanization in Africa is the highest in the world at 3.97% p.a.

SA cities and the national economy: 

SA cities and the national economy In SA, 20% of towns and cities produce 82% of GDP 80% of the economy’s manufacturing is concentrated in six metropolitan regions During the 1990s, 58% of all new economic growth took place in just 4% of the country’s area In the channel between Johannesburg and Tshwane which makes up just 0,2% of the country’s area, 24% of GGP growth in the 1990s took place There is a direct correlation coefficient between the level of urbanisation and GDP per capita, although lower in SA than in comparable developing economies Urban development is a national economic policy issue

City Strategic Framework 3 Structure for strategic agenda: 

City Strategic Framework 3 Structure for strategic agenda Productive City Inclusive City Sustainable City Well- governed City City Strategy (CDS) Basic services for all Sustainable livelihoods Urban renewal Safety and security Financial resources Environment Human resources Comparative competitive advantage Workforce skills Transport system Efficient city services HIV/AIDS Inter-govt alignment Leadership andamp; partnerships Effective administration Transparency and probity

SACN Organizing Framework: 

SACN Organizing Framework Examples Cross Cutting Issues HIV/Aid Urban Renewal Soccer World Cup Productive City Inclusive City Sustainable City Well- governed City City Strategy (CDS) H H H H

STAKEHOLDERS IN CITY GOVERNANCE: 

STAKEHOLDERS IN CITY GOVERNANCE CBO’s individuals informal business sector associations households NGO’s civil society traditional authorities municipal government international corporate sector local corporate sector utility companies national government provincial government government agencies

Issues Emanating From The Report: 

Issues Emanating From The Report Individualized, but uncoordinated, efforts are making a remarkable difference in the fight against HIV/Aids – unfortunately this is a municipality perspective IDP is not necessarily driving city wide response to HIV/Aids esp. because of its nature (unintended consequence) andamp; therefore no mainstreaming Levels of urbanization is a major factor that drives the spread of HIV/Aids and related issues Shape and form of governing is changing, influenced to a large extent by relations with CSO and business Cornerstone Elements of a Comprehensive City Response Leadership, community mobilization, partnerships, integration, coordination, resource mobilization, inter-sector and cost recovery

The SACN Plan of Action2003/6: 

The SACN Plan of Action 2003/6 Objective To change the manner in which HIV/Aids is being dealt with at leadership and practitioner levels within SA cities 5 Key Pillars of the P.O.A. City Focused Technical Support Mentoring and C2C Twinning Supporting Research Initiative Resource Solicitation Information Dissemination andamp; Lesson Sharing

Proposed Process-Map Henceforth…: 

Proposed Process-Map Henceforth… Mid November 2003 Develop a concrete business plan (1st draft B4 14th November andamp; final draft by end November) Present findings of the report, proposed POA andamp; business plan to city managers at the SACN Board meeting on 18 November 2003, Cape Town January-March 2004 Resource mobilization and commence on city focused technical support, generation of city specific projects/activities and general implementation of POA June/July 2004 Comprehensive lesson sharing event involving an HIV/Aids Academy, and Peer Review of a Chosen City

THE BEGINNING OF THE END !!!: 

THE BEGINNING OF THE END !!! SACN Contact Details www.sacities.net 27-11-407-6472 (Tel) 27-11-403-5230 (Fax)

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