Tag Archives: HIV AIDS

South Africa HIV and TB Expenditure Review (2014/15 – 2016/17)

Resource Type: Expenditure Review Authors: Guthrie T, Chaitkin M, Khoza N, Zulu N, Madisha V, Ndlovu N, Shezi S, Karume J, Motsoeneng P, Simelane S, Meyer-Rath G, Masuku S, Jamieson L, and Ghai K. Published: August 2018 Resource Description: The South African Government (SAG) and its development partners have mounted a formidable response to the world’s largest HIV epidemic […]

Integrating the HIV Response at the Systems Level: Experience of Four Countries in Transition

Resource Type: Multi-Country Study Authors: Jenna Wright, Adam Koon, Kelley Ambrose, and Lauren Hartel Published: September 2018 Resource Description: The global response to combat the AIDS epidemic scaled up considerably in the early 2000s with the establishment of key institutions, notably the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) and the United States President’s […]

An Assessment of PEPFAR partnership frameworks and Partnership framework implementation plans

Resource Type: Synthesis Report Authors: Health Finance and Governance Project Published: June 2017 Resource Description: The findings of this study demonstrate that overall the PFs/PFIPs did indeed advance partnership dialogue and partnerships between PEPFAR and governments. The process of development epitomized the spirit of country ownership with the active engagement of a wide array of partners and stakeholders. […]

How the Dominican Republic is Improving HIV Medicine Procurement

In the Dominican Republic, where an estimated 67,000 people are living with HIV, the government is improving the way antiretroviral treatment (ART) and other medical supplies are procured. Despite Dominican law mandating that the agency PROMESE-CAL manage all medical procurement, HIV commodities and medications are supplied through external agencies, the current norm for all disease […]

Cost of HIV and Tuberculosis Services at Health Facilities in Cambodia

Resource Type: Report Author: Benjamin Johns and Kouland Thin Published: November 2017 Resource Description: This report summarizes the cost of providing HIV/AIDS and TB services at health facilities in Cambodia. It presents a detailed and comprehensive approach to assessing the costs of these services, although it has some limitations, which are discussed in detail in the main report. […]

The Funding Gap in the Dominican Republic’s National HIV and AIDS Response

Resource Type: Report Author: Claudia Valdez, Jonathan Cali, and Carlos Avila Published: May 2017 Resource Description: The 2014 National Strategic Plan (NSP) for the National Response to human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) runs from 2015 to 2018. The NSP is organized around four strategic areas and 46 subcategories. A National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) […]

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Strengthening the Organizational Capacity of Burundi’s National HIV and AIDS Program

Burundi’s National HIV/AIDS Program (PNLS) was created in 2011 to lead the long-term implementation of the Burundian Ministry of Health’s HIV and AIDS programs. Soon after its inception, it was clear that the National HIV/AIDS Program (Programme de Lutte Contra la SIDA or PNLS) lacked strong management and organizational capacity, resulting in weaker HIV and […]


Interview: Building Equity, Sustainability into Vietnam’s HIV and AIDS Programs

People living with HIV and AIDS  in Vietnam have greater access to antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) than ever before, largely as a result of support from the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief and The Global Fund. Together, they have worked with the government to cover 95% of the costs of ARVs ($21.2 million in 2014). In particular, HIV […]

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Two Nigerian States See Increased Budget Allocations for HIV and AIDS Programs

In Nigeria an estimated 3.5 million people are living with HIV, but only half of them receive care and treatment. Donor funding accounts for more than 70% of the country’s HIV and AIDS response, but more resources are needed to sustain and expand this care. To remedy the coverage gap, Nigeria will need to mobilize more of its own resources. With support from USAID/Nigeria, HFG, and the […]

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