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Who will participate in the Observatory?

The community of participants who will engage with the observatory to exchange or use the data and knowledge is organised into the following levels:

Primary Secondary Tertiary

1. Civil society organisations; advocacy groups, other advocates

2. Technocrats; public servants within the key line ministries; other state actors

3.Programme managers

4. Decision-makers in government including Parliamentarians

1. Researchers

2. Academia

3. Teachers

4. Students

5. Legal professionals

6. Faith-based organisations

7. Healthcare workers

8. Media

9. International development partners

1. Users of healthcare services; clients


2. General public


The Observatory will ensure that there is particular focus to most vulnerable populations, namely: women; adolescents and youth, persons living with disabilities; sex workers; persons living with HIV and specifically women living with HIV; and persons of diverse gender identity and/or sexual orientation and migrants.