Lessons learned from the implementation of the GFATM-supported HIV/AIDS project in Peru and its effects on the health sector, civil society and affected countries

Study Aim

The study aims to assess the effects of the Global Fund HIV/AIDS programme on the health system focusing on: potential changes in interactions among actors relating to HIV/AIDS decision-making; processes, organisation and activities of HIV/AIDS and other programmes within the health sector; the impact of the Global Fund on funding sources; the impact of the initiative on vulnerable and HIV/AIDS-affected communities.


Themes include:

  • The effects of the Global Fund on the health system including changes in interactions among HIV/AIDS decision-makers, processes, organisation and activities of HIV/AIDS and health sector other programmes, impacts on funding sources including whether agencies can absorb additional funding
  • The impact of the Global Fund on vulnerable and HIV/AIDS-affected communities including equity of access to services and impacts on stigma/discrimination

Country Team

  • Principal Investigator: .
    Cayetano Heredia University, Lima, Peru

Research Funder

  • Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research

Peru Study Outputs

  • The National Response to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Peru: Accomplishments and Gaps—A Review
  • Globalized Research and ‘‘National Science’’: The Case of Peru
  • Lessons Learned from the Collaboration with the Global Fund for AIDS-Related Projects in Peru
  • Effects of the Implementation of Global Fund-supported HIV/AIDS Projects on Health Systems, Civil Society and Affected Communities, 2004-2007
  • Lessons Learned from the Implementation of the GFATM-supported HIV/AIDS Projects in Peru (.ppt)
  • Caceres - Centres and Peripheries
Sponsored by DFID, Danida, Irish Aid