The TRAT has been created to help assessors to take available information and data and to process it in a standardized manner to analyze a country’s readiness for, and risks of, transition from donor funding to sustainable domestic financing. This process also helps assessors to identify key barriers that must be addressed before sustainable transition is possible. The TRAT may be applied in advance of the development of a country Transition Plan to help to structure its content as well as at the stages of implementation of the Transition Plan, and may be re-administered periodically to help analyze the ongoing process of transition, as well as to capture both its positive and negative consequences. This version of the tool focuses specifically on assessing the sustainability of harm reduction services through and beyond the transition period.
The documents were originally published by Eurasian Harm Reduction Network