Global Health Sector Strategies 2022-2030

The new Global Health Sector Strategies on, respectively, HIV, viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections for the period 2022-2030 (GHSS) has been released and its implementation approved for the next 8 years.

The new strategies propose a common vision to end epidemics and advance universal health coverage, primary health care and health security in a world where all people have access to high-quality, evidence-based and people-centred health services. The GHSS promote the disease-specific goals to end AIDS and the epidemics of viral hepatitis and sexually transmitted infections by 2030, with 5 strategic directions providing the overall guiding framework for achieving these goals. 

Chapter 6 presents the global health sector strategy on sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It presents the key strategic and operational shifts required to end STIs as public health concerns by 2030, with priority targets, interventions and innovations.

Download a copy: 2022-2030 GHSS

Applications open for the National Centre’s 2022 competitive research grants round

The National Centre has a vision of a community in which all children are safe and victims and survivors of child sexual abuse across the lifespan are supported to heal and recover. To support this vision, we are looking to fund a range of short- medium and longer-term projects on the research to quality improvement continuum which align with the critical challenges that we believe must be addressed to achieve change. 

You can access the Grants Round 2022 Instructions for Applicants and Application form here. Applications are accepted until 11:59pm (AEDT) 16 December 2022.