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The Fast-Track Cities Technical Implementation Strategy is focused around 5 implementation points: Process and Oversight; Program Interventions; Monitoring and Evaluation; Communications; and Resource Mobilization. This page serves as “wiki-site” that will continue to grow and a repository of resources and templates around these 5 implementation points. Cities are encouraged to use this page as helpful in guiding their respective HIV response, as well as contribute resources as appropriate that may be helpful to other cities.

Program Interventions

Fast-Track Cities are encouraged focus programmatic efforts around HIV care continuum optimization and mitigation of stigma and discrimination. This section provides guidance on best practices and program interventions and includes documents such as guidelines, best-practices, and evidence based interventions.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The Fast-Track Cities Initiative includes a robust monitoring and evaluation component to benchmark, follow, and report progress toward attaining the 90-90-90 and zero stigma and discrimination targets. This section includes documents such as report templates, sample indicators, and guidance on metrics.

Communications

Visibility and awareness of the Fast-Track Cities initiative and the city’s HIV response is key to maintaining forward momentum and engaging a variety of stakeholders including Mayors, local health department officials, clinical and service providers, affected communities, and other key stakeholders to maintain momentum and solicit support. This section includes documents such as sample press releases, media kits, and sample blogs.