• Food and Nutrition Security

    • Targeted households in rural and urban areas have improved food and nutrition security
    • Communities are equipped to cope with climate change and build resilience for household food and nutrition security
  • Gender Equality

    • Key institutions strengthened to formulate, review, implement and monitor laws and policies to ensure gender equality and women’s rights
    • Women and girls are empowered to effectively participate in social, economic and political spheres and to utilise gender-based violence services
  • HIV& AIDS

    • All people have increased HIV knowledge, use effective HIV prevention services, and are empowered to participate in social mobilization to address drivers of the epidemic.
    • 90% of all people living with HIV know their HIV status, at least 90% of HIV positive people receive sustained antiretroviral therapy, 90% of those on treatment have durable viral load suppression
    • Key institutions from Government and civil society effectively and efficiently manage a multi-sectoral AIDS response
  • Poverty Reduction & Value Addition

    • Key institutions formulate and implement socio-economic policies, strategies and programmes for improved livelihoods and reduced poverty of communities
    • Increased access to income and decent work opportunities in key value chains and economic sectors, particularly for young people and women
  • Public Administration & Governance

    • Key public sector institutions mobilize, manage and account for resources effectively for quality service delivery
    • Increased citizen participation in democratic processes in line with the provisions of the Constitution and relevant international norms and standards.
    • Government and its partners generate and utilize data for development
  • Social Services & Protection

    • Vulnerable populations have increased access to and utilisation of quality basic social services
    • Key institutions provide quality and equitable basic social services
    • Households living below the food poverty line have improved access to and utilisation of social protection services