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  1. Proposing a funding plan for universal access to HIV prevention, treatment and care by 2010

    Two years on from the commitment by world leaders to achieve universal access to HIV prevention, treatment and care by 2010, the global response to HIV and AIDS remains woefully under funded. In 2007 for example, a comprehensive response to HIV and AIDS in low- and middle-income countries requires an estimated US$18.1 billion, increasing to US$23 billion in 2010. UNAIDS estimate the funding gap to be US$8.1 billion in 2007 and at least US$10 billion per annum between 2008 and 2010. …

  2. Assessment report of the national response to young people's sexual and reproductive health in Nigeria

    In 2008, the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH) in collaboration with Action Health Incorporated (AHI) commissioned an assessment of the national response to young people sexual and reproductive health in Nigeria. The assessment was conducted in two phases; a desk review and a field assessment. The findings from the desk review guided the design and conduct of the field assessment in six states (one per geopolitical zone) and FCT. The overall goal of the assessment was to optimize the health and development of young people in Nigeria. …

  3. Achieving universal access : the UK's strategy for halting and reversing the spread of HIV in the developing world

    This document sets out the UK's commitment to the goal of universal access to comprehensive HIV prevention programmes, treatment, care and support, and describes the need for special attention on HIV prevention and care in order to achieve universal access and Millennium Development Goal 6. It details the UK's vision for achieving this goal; it places at its heart the needs and rights of women, young people, children and vulnerable groups. …

  4. The numbers behind the stories: PEPFAR funding for fiscal years 2004 to 2006

    The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) is the single largest funder of global AIDS relief programs, but it does not regularly release data on how its money is spent. As a result, little evidence has been available to policymakers and other stakeholders to inform policy debates. In this analysis from CGD's HIV/AIDS Monitor team, the authors analyze newly available data--the numbers behind the stories--that can supplement the largely anecdotal and impressionistic information that has been available to date. …

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