The NGO Code of Good Practice was developed by NGOs, for NGOs, to help guide our work by providing a framework to which we can commit and be held accountable. Drawing on 20 years of knowledge and experience, the Code sets out key principles, practice and evidence base required for successful responses to HIV.
The Code Self - Assessment tool
Introducing the new Code SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL! Put the Code's principles into practice - Download the checklists below and assess how your NGO's programmes measure up to good practice principles.
- Children and HIV
- Community Capacity Building
- Community Home-Based Care for PLHIV - NEW!
- Financial Management
- Getting closer - Linking HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health - NEW!
- Harm Reduction
- HIV in Emergencies
- HIV Prevention
- Human Rights and HIV - NEW!
- Key Populations
- Mainstreaming HIV
- Meaningful Involvement of People Living with HIV
- Meaningful Involvement of Women & Girls living with HIV (MIWA)
- Men, Boys, and HIV - NEW!
- Monitoring and Evaluation
- Stigma and Discrimination
- Treatment, Care and Support
- Voluntary Counselling and Testing
- Women, Girls and HIV - NEW!
There are more checklists and translations in development so check back regularly.
Click here for the Self- Assessment Modules in: Arabic, English, French, Spanish & Russian.