Good Practice

Economic empowerment and HIV vulnerability reduction along transport corridors in Southern Africa - Final Evaluation

Good Practice Description

Maintaining an 'open door' policy on the part of the project management team elicited trust, good will and support of project activities by local stakeholders.
Use of some of ILO staff previously working in the predecessor ILO/SIDA HIV/AIDS Prevention and Impact Mitigation in the Transport Sector project.
Working through apex business support structures in reaching out to ultimate beneficiaries.
Use of national stakeholder-based project advisory committees.
Significant stakeholder consultations and use of adequate and sound foundational information base in designing the project which enhanced stakeholder 'buy-in' of project goal, purpose and activities as well as political support.
Proactive promotion of public-private partnerships with strategic local, national, regional and international organizations.