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  1. Namibia public service sector report on HIV and AIDS impact assessment

    The Namibian Government is committed to provide services to the citizens of Namibia. Apart from the sector’s responsibility to deliver services by maintaining a healthy and productive workforce, the Government needs to sustain current practices, develop innovative approaches to future challenges, and maintain an institutional memory that sustains the employees and the services rendered to the population of Namibia. HIV and AIDS is one of the factors that impact on the ability of the Public Sector to deliver services. …

  2. Financing the South African national strategic plan for HIV, STIs and TB 2012-2016. An analysis of funding, funding gaps and financing considerations

    The purpose of this paper is to analyse resource requirements to implement the NSP as well as available sources of funding so as to determine financial gaps and potential strategies to fill those gaps. The analysis was based on a review of relevant costing reports and models prepared recently in South Africa. These reports and models are referred to and referenced in the body of this report. The analysis provides a snap shot of funding needs and gaps for HIV and TB as of mid-way through the 2013/14 financial year as the collection of financial data for this analysis was completed by that date.

  3. Rapport de la revue à mi-parcours du plan stratégique national 2012-2015

    L’objectif général pour le CNLS-IST était d’élaborer la revue à mi-parcours du PSN 2012-2015. …

  4. Relatório anual de progresso das actividades de combate ao HIV e SIDA – 2013

    Moçambique mantém a sua classificação entre os dez países mais afectados pelo HIV no mundo. A epidemia ameaça o futuro económico e social do país. Em alguns lugares, mais de um quarto dos adultos estão infectados pelo HIV. Estima-se que aproximadamente um milhão e meio de moçambicanos vivem com o HIV. Cerca de 800 mil são mulheres e cerca de 200 mil são crianças. Cerca de 120 mil novas infecções ocorrem anualmente. Estas acontecem principalmente entre casais serodiscordantes, seguidos de trabalhadoras do sexo comercial, assim como dos múltiplos parceiros concomitantes (GARPR, 2014). …

  5. Public expenditure review, 2011 HIV and AIDS Tanzania Mainland

    The main objective of the HIV and AIDS Public Expenditure Review (PER) 2011 is to assess expenditures on HIV and AIDS activities by the public and private sectors in Tanzania. This includes an identification of gaps and recommendations on measures for ensuring a more effective contribution to the National Multisectoral Strategic Framework 2008–2012 (NMSF) and ways to enhance and explore public and private sector contributions to the HIV and AIDS response.

  6. Lesotho national AIDS spending assessment (NASA) for the period 2005/06-2007/08

    The National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) is a tool designed to track the HIV and AIDS financial flows and actual expenditure at a country level. In essence, this systematic methodology captures all HIV expenditures, namely, health and non-health expenditures such as social mitigation, education, labour, justice and sectors related to HIV and AIDS. …

  7. Joint biennial HIV and AIDS sector review 2008

    This report summarises the Joint Biennial HIV and AIDS Sector Review 2008 for Tanzania Mainland. The main objectives of the report are to share the information presented and the concerns and issues raised in the review deliberations in order to expand the knowledge base informing the national response to the epidemic, disseminate the milestones which will be the basis of implementation of the National Multisectoral Strategic Framework over the next two years, and promote ongoing dialogue.

  8. Public expenditure review 2007-2009 HIV and AIDS: Tanzania Mainland

    The main objective of the national Public Expenditure Review (PER) process is to provide support to Government in the planning budget process. Every year, before the budget is formulated, national budget guidelines are written to establish the preliminary focus of public financial allocations for the forthcoming year. These are done within the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF). The general purpose of the PER is to assess budget trends, examine whether budgeting priorities have been followed, and suggest means of addressing constraints within the system. …

  9. Status review report on integration and mainstreaming of HIV and AIDS in planning and budgeting process at national and district levels

    This report has been produced to highlight the current status of mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS in Uganda and to inform the development of the guidelines for HIV/AIDS mainstreaming in the planning and budgeting process in Uganda. This review report consists of 5 chapters/sections: The first section is the background and introduction which presents the intended outputs of the consultancy exercise and highlights the HIV/AIDS situation and response in the country. Section two gives the scope of the review and the methodology or process adopted. …

  10. Review of progress and expenditure on the comprehensive plan for HIV and AIDS for South Africa

    In light of the HIV and AIDS situation in the Sub-Saharan Africa, and South Africa in particular, there is an urgent need for governments to roll out the anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs to people living with HIV and AIDS. The South African government is obliged to strengthen its HIV and AIDS interventions for the majority of citizens accessing health services in the public sector. The South African government must as a matter of urgency develop and utilise effective monitoring and evaluating systems to validate the effectiveness and efficiency of its responses to the epidemic. …

  11. An audit of HIV/AIDS policies in Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe

    Prior to this report, little scientific documentation existed on HIV/AIDS policies, legislation, financing and programme implementation in Southern African Development Community countries. This study reviews the HIV/AIDS policy and related issues in six southern African countries and provides recommendations on how best to strengthen policy in these areas.

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