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  1. Costing the impacts of gender-based violence (GBV) to business: a practical tool

    This brief presents an approach to assessing the cost impacts of GBV on businesses. The approach is adjusted from a methodology created by Duvvury et al. (2004) but also draws upon previous studies that specifically examined existing methodologies and strategies for costing GBV impacts (Williams, 2014; Day et al., 2005; Duvvury et al., 2004). …

  2. On Course: Mainstreaming gender into national HIV strategies and plans. A Roadmap

    On Course will assist governments, civil society and other HIV actors to make clear, concerted and sustainable efforts to address multi-dimensional gender and human rights issues in their national HIV efforts and support increased capacity to achieve gender equality results. On Course is designed to be used in a multiplicity of HIV strategy and planning contexts, whether standalone, integrated into the health sector plans, or developed as elements of other national plans and process (development plans, poverty reduction plans, gender action plans, etc.).

  3. Financing the response to HIV in low- and middle-income countries: International assIstance from donor governments in 2012

    The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and the Kaiser Family Foundation have been tracking bilateral donor government assistance for HIV in low- and middle-income countries as well as contributions to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and to UNITAID by the 24 donor government members of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development's Assistance Committee (DAC) since 2002 and this report presents the most recent data available. …

  4. Understanding and acting on critical enablers and development synergies for strategic investments

    UNAIDS Cosponsors and the Secretariat have prepared this document focused on critical enablers and development synergies as an additional component to existing guidance. The purpose of this document is two-fold: (1) to elaborate on the concepts of critical enablers and development synergies and (2) to demonstrate why and how they are necessary components of national AIDS responses. …

  5. Resource needs for an expanded HIV response: HIV costing and modeling tools

    The Resource Needs Model (RNM) is an Excel-based tool used to calculate the total resources needed at national and decentralized levels for HIV-related prevention and care, as well as support for orphans and vulnerable children. The RNM can help inform national- and district-level budgeting and strategic planning efforts; it estimates: the resources needed for interventions that aim to achieve expected coverage of a particular population using default unit costs; and resource implications of extending interventions and coverage and introducing unit cost changes.

  6. HIV tools for planning and response: HIV costing and modeling tools

    The USAID Health Policy Initiative, Task Order 1,developed several HIV modeling tools that can be used for various HIV and AIDS policy development andimplementation exercises. The tools are user-friendly Excel- or Windows-based models that can be used to help in-country partners understand the magnitude of health challenges,explore policy and resource options, and set priorities. The HIV modeling tools are designed to answer many questions, including "what if" questions related to resources, healthcare providers and services, and service coverage. …

  7. National AIDS spending assessment (NASA): classification and definitions

    This document presents the classification to produce National AIDS Spending Assessments (NASA), which was designed for tracking resources of the national responses to the HIV epidemic.

  8. Educational planning and management in a world with AIDS. Volume 5: costing, monitoring and managing

    This series of modules has been developed to help build the conceptual, analytical and practical capacity of key staff to develop and implement effective responses in the education sector. It aims to increase access for a wide community of practitioners to information concerning planning and management in a world with HIV and AIDS; and to develop the capacity and skills of educational planners and managers to conceptualize and analyze the interaction between the epidemic and educational planning and management, as well as to plan and develop strategies to mitigate its impact. …

  9. MEGAS Medición del Gasto en Sida: Clasificación y definiciones

    Este documento presenta la clasificación para generar las MEGAS Medición del Gasto en Sida que se diseñó para el seguimiento de los recursos de las respuestas nacionales a la epidemia del VIH. Las MEGAS tienen como finalidad determinar los flujos de fondos utilizados para financiar las respuestas nacionales a la epidemia del VIH. Por lo tanto, el proceso de seguimiento de recursos sigue las transacciones financieras desde su origen hasta su destino final (es decir, los beneficiarios que reciben los bienes y servicios). …

  10. Intermediary organisations capacity analysis. A toolkit for assessing and building capacities for high quality responses to HIV

    Intermediary civil society organisations play a significant role in building community responses by establishing partnerships with selected grassroots organisations. Through a capacity building programme of grants and/or technical support, they support the community response in scaling up their HIV programmes. Increasingly, intermediary organisations are also required to develop their own capacity to undertake this work. This toolkit was developed to help them achieve this. …

  11. Financing the response to AIDS in low-and middle-income countries: International assistance from the G8, European Commission and other donor Governments in 2008

    Each year, UNAIDS and the Kaiser Family Foundation collect and analyze data to document international assistance for AIDS in low- and middle- income countries. This latest report provides data from 2008, the most recent year available. As such, it represents funding levels reflecting budgets largely set in place before the acceleration of the current global economic crisis. …

  12. U.S. philanthropic support to address HIV/AIDS in 2007

    This is FCAA's sixth annual publication that provides data and analysis on HIV/AIDS-related philanthropic giving by U.S.-based philanthropic institutions, including private, family, and community foundations, public charities, and corporate grantmaking programs. This edition covers funding disbursements made in 2007. This year's report includes an expanded Top U.S.-Based HIV/AIDS Funders list which now includes the top 82 U.S. HIV/AIDS philanthropic entities. Each of these entities disbursed $300,000 or more to HIV/AIDS in 2007. …

  13. Planning and managing for HIV/AIDS results. A handbook

    This Handbook aims to support countries as they develop or revise their national strategy, or formulate new HIV/AIDS policies. It introduces an approach to thinking and planning that is guided by evidence and oriented towards results. The Results Cycle is an organizing framework that guides and supports both the planning process and the production of the strategy document that will guide future implementation. It is a logical approach to improving policy development and strategy planning, and thus to improving program performance. …

  14. The potential impact of HIV/AIDS interventions on the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa: a simulation exercise for the World Bank

    The World Bank developed its initial Multi-Country AIDS Program (MAP) in 1999, their program to reduce the impact and future path of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa. Since that time, the landscape surrounding the epidemic has changed dramatically. Given this new information, the World Bank has decided to update its approach regarding the HIV/AIDS epidemic, and write a new strategy plan, Agenda for Action 2007-2011. …

  15. The role of the private sector in the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis: opportunities, achievements and challenges in West and Central Africa

    This document highlights some best practices from the Global Fund's experience working with the private sector in West and Central Africa. The goal is to help individuals, corporations and other private sector actors to understand how they can engage with the Global Fund and strengthen efforts to fight the three pandemics.

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