Our programme approach is two pronged. We seek to fulfil our objectives through policy advocacy  and
capacity building. These approaches allow the HLPC to contribute to policy processes in the health system in

1.  Policy Advocacy

a)  Law and Policy Submissions and White papers
b)  Policy Dialogues
c)  Research
d)  Policy Monitoring and Communication
e)  Litigation

2  Capacity Building

a)  Capacity enhancement of policy makers on rights based health law and policy making.
b)  Training of Ministry of Health and Child Care (MoHCC) personnel in Human Rights.
c)  Training of sex workers and LGBTI Q as para-legals
d)  Litigation
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The HLPC is a health policy advocacy  organisation working with a  network of health law and policy experts - scientists, social scientists, medical practitioners, economists, legal practitioners, and public health experts working in and involved in the health care policy sector. The HLPC exist to facilitate a rights-based policy formulation, implementation and monitoring in Zimbabwe’s public health system. The HLPC seeks to work for the meaningful enjoyment of the right to health care (including reproductive health).

We work with  LGBTIQ groups, Sex workers and regional and international partners. We have a formal partnership with:

African Jurists and Judges Forum
Students and Youth Working on Reproductive Health Action Team

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Health Law and Policy Consortium says deployment of army pre-mature in policy brief ( download attached statement)
Southern Africa Human Rights Defenders Network policy blue print released early March  instructive (download attached statement)