Figure 1 - Dynamics of health promotion projects I. Framework of HP principles II. Project development & implementation Analysis Aims & objectives Target group Intervention Implementation strategy Evaluation III. Project management Leadership Planning & documentation Capacity & ressources Participation & commitent/involvent Communication IV. Sustainbility Model taken from C. Bollars et al.,European Quality Instrument for Health Promotion (EQUIHP), User manual. Project Getting Evidence Into Practice Project, 2005
20 CBVCT KE CBVCT KEY ISSUES 3.1 The community-based approach in CBVCT services. “Community-based HTC services are expected to help build public trust, protect human rights and reduce stigma and discrimination (UNAIDS, 2010). They are also expected to remove structural, logistic and social barriers to HTC, including—in the case of home-based and mobile or outreach HTC—costs associated with transportation to facility-based services” 16 CBCVT is addressed to those communities who have been historically rejected and stigmatized MSM, migrants from high HIV endemic countries and intravenous drug users (IDU) among others. These communities usually prefer to get tested in their own territory (e.g. community-based organizations) and not in the institutions which participate in this discrimination unwittingly or not (e.g. health centres. As expressed by a majority of the MSM participating in the COBATEST qualitative study, it is quite important for this population to have a place of their own, a place for them.