5. Upscale involvement of the HIV community in priority setting at country level
Priority setting in relation to the HIV response at national level will inevitably depend upon local circumstances. For example, there is wide variation across countries with respect to the UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets for diagnosis, treatment, and viral suppression, and it is right that first priority should be given to attaining those targets.
In addition, there are differences across countries in the way that health systems are organised, and in the resources available to them. Against that background, a key role should be played by HIV community organisations, drawing upon their local knowledge, in working with national policy-makers
to identify and agree priorities for action. This should include defining and formalising the role that community organisations can play in supporting the delivery of HIV services within those countries.