The guide provides an introduction to REAct, a community-based system for monitoring and responding to human rights-related health barriers.
The guide provides an introduction to Rights – Evidence – ACTion (REAct), a community-based system for monitoring and responding to human rights-related barriers in accessing HIV and health services.
The five REAct units in the guide provide information on the principles behind the system; the steps you need to take to set it up; who needs to be involved; what the human rights issues are; how to collect data; using the information management tool, Martus; adapting the system to your context; and how to implement REAct.
We also regularly publish an overview of the progress and impact to date, in implementing the REAct system. See factsheet below.
REAct was created and is evolving in collaboration with BENETECH.
This article was written as the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, before we changed our name to Frontline AIDS.