Tag Archives: HIV/AIDS

Sustaining the HIV and AIDS Response in Grenada: Investment Case Brief

Eastern CResource Type: Report Authors: Matt Hamilton, Josef Tayag Published: December 2014 Resource Description: The HIV/AIDS program in Grenada is at a turning point, facing both opportunities to expand and target its efforts and threats of decreasing funding. As its National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan awaits ratification, the country must consider whether and how to implement strategic priorities […]

Sustaining the HIV and AIDS Response in St. Vincent and the Grenadines: Investment Case Brief

National surveillance reports estimate that there were about 649 persons living with HIV in St. Vincent and the Grenadines at the end of 2011, which translates to 1.2% of the adult population (15-49 years) or 0.7% of the total population. The epidemic is male-dominant, illustrated by the fact that the cumulative case reporting from 1984-2013 […]

Sustaining the HIV and AIDS Response in St. Kitts and Nevis: Investment Case Brief

The HIV/AIDS program in St. Kitts and Nevis is at a turning point, facing both opportunities to expand and target its efforts and threats of decreasing funding. As its National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan expires in 2014, the country must consider whether and how to revise strategic priorities related to controlling and mitigating the effects of […]

Sustaining HIV/AIDS Treatment Services: Estimating the Health Insurance Liability for Treatment of HIV/AIDS in Vietnam (2015-2020)

Vietnam’s HIV/AIDS response is mainly financed by external sources, with 73% of spending on HIV funded by international donors for the period 2008-2010. As donor funding is expected to decline over the coming years, it is critical for the Government of Vietnam (GVN) to identify viable solutions for sustaining HIV/AIDS activities. The Decision No 1899/QD-TTg, […]

Options for Integrating Procurement and Supply Chain Systems for ARVs, Methadone, and anti-Tuberculosis Drugs in Vietnam

Given the projected decline in donor funding for HIV/AIDS and TB programs, many countries are faced with the reality of integrating these programs completely into national budgets while at the same time, planning for scaling up these programs. The Government of Vietnam

Supporting the Scale-Up of HIV Care and Treatment through Human Resources for Health Interventions in Côte d’Ivoire

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Kate Greene Published: June 2014 Resource Description: Although Côte d’Ivoire has seen an overall downward trend in HIV prevalence rates over the past decade thanks to more robust and effective HIV/AIDS prevention programming, over 50 percent of adults and children who are HIV-positive have yet to receive antiretroviral therapy, according to UNAIDS estimates. Inadequate numbers […]

Health Systems 20/20 Final Project Report

Resource Type: Report Authors: Health Systems 20/20 Published: 9/28/2012 Resource Description: Health Systems 20/20 is the United States Agency for International Development‘s (USAID) flagship project for strengthening health systems worldwide. Launched in 2006, Health Systems 20/20 has responded to more than 250 activity requests in 51 countries, helping to eliminate barriers to the delivery and use […]

Nigeria TB Supportive Supervision Pilot Evaluation

Resource Type: Report Authors: Elizabeth Ohadi, Leah Ekbladh, Anthony Okwuosah, Alison Comfort, and Alexandra Hulme Published: 9/28/2012 Resource Description: According to the WHO, Nigeria ranks 13th out of the top 22 high burden Tuberculosis (TB) countries in the world, and there is a need to improve the TB-DOTS and TB-HIV services in Nigeria’s public sector facilities. Weak supportive supervision […]

Framework and Guideline for the Assessment and Evaluation of Health Systems Strengthening Programs

Resource Type: Report Authors: Itamar Katz, Grace Chee, Alexandra Hulme, and Sayaka Koseki Published: 9/1/2012 Resource Description: The framework and guideline for the assessment and evaluation of health systems strengthening (HSS) programs are designed to provide insight into the effects of ongoing interventions that aim to strengthen specific elements of a health system. This document was developed […]

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