Our Work

Our Work

Cross-Border Health Integrated Partnership Project

The Cross-Border Health Integrated Partnership Project (CB-HIPP) is designed to extend quality integrated health services in selected strategic border areas and other transport corridor sites in East, Central and Southern Africa (ECSA region). The programme aims to address the need and gap for alternative health financing in order to increase uptake and sustainability of HIV and other health services within an enabling policy environment in the ECSA region. The programme runs from September 2014 – September 2019 and has an important learning component to enable sharing of lessons.

Project Overview

CB-HIPP is designed to achieve three main results:

  • Increase access to and uptake of integrated health and HIV/AIDS services at strategic cross-border sites and select regionally recognized HIV transmission hotspots along eastern, central, and southern transport corridors.
  • Identify, implement and test alternative health-financing models to strengthen the long-term sustainability of health and HIV/AIDS service delivery.
  • Strengthen the leadership and governance of intergovernmental institutions, so they can assist in improving the health of mobile and vulnerable populations.