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  1. The beginning of the end? Tracking global commitments on AIDS

    ONE has prepared this accountability report to monitor progress made towards the beginning of the end of AIDS. Specifically, the report tracks progress made on three key targets–the virtual elimination of mother-to-child transmission, 15 million people on treatment, and the drastic reduction of new HIV infections–and assesses the political, programmatic, and financial contributions made by a variety of stakeholders (traditional donors, African leadership, emerging economies, and the NGO/private sectors).

  2. Cuba's HIV/AIDS strategy: an integrated rights-based approach

    This paper discusses the Cuban approach to HIV, which like the nation's public health system, is founded on the principal that health is a human right. In practice, this translates into a continuum of care through universal access to primary, secondary, and tertiary health services, government commitment to equalizing and improving social determinants, and scientific research and development aimed at advancing population health. Constitutional rights, including job and housing guarantees and anti-discrimination laws, also play a role. …

  3. Monitoring and Evaluation Plan: Document A

    Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) is the backbone of public health systems for providing essential information and evidence regarding the best practices and lessons learned in health programmes. The M&E system to collect data and produce information and evidence for the Jamaica National HIV/AIDS/STI Programme is described in two documents: the M&E Plan (Document A) and the M&E Operations Manual (Document B). The M&E Plan is the fundamental document following the National Strategic Plan (NSP). …

  4. PAHO Caribbean HIV/STI plan for the health sector, 2007 to 2011

    The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) has developed a Caribbean-specific plan called The PAHO Caribbean HIV/STI Plan for the Health Sector, 2007 to 2011. The plan is aligned with the overall strategies and targets endorsed by Caribbean Governments under the broader Regional HIV/STI Plan for the Health Sector, 2006-2015 for Latin America and the Caribbean.The document is organized in five parts: Part One: Situation Analysis, discusses the current HIV/STI situation and the program/policy environment in the Caribbean. …

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