Georgia

Effects of GFATM on Georgia?s Health System Development

Study Aim

The study aims to evaluate the impact of the Global Fund on the country?s health system with a number of key areas of focus: policy processes; the work of public and private organisations; human resources; pharmaceutical and commodity supply systems; HIV/AIDS high-risk groups and TB patients? access to services and their experiences of stigma.

Themes

Themes include the effects of the Global Fund on:

  • The impact of the Global Fund on Georgia?s health system on policy processes including human resources and pharmaceutical/ commodity supply systems
  • Issues of alignment with country health systems, national and sub-national coordination between government agencies and NGOs
  • HIV/AIDS high-risk groups and TB patients? access to services and their experiences of stigma
  • The work is built on a baseline study conducted in 2004 using an adapted SWEF network study protocol

Country Team

  • Principal Investigator: .
    Curatio International Foundation, Tbilisi, Georgia

Research Funder

  • Alliance for Health Policy and Systems Research

Georgia Study Outputs

  • Has Global Fund support for civil society advocacy in the Former Soviet Union established meaningful engagement or 'a lot of jabber about nothing'?
  • System-wide Effects of the Global Fund on Georgia’s Health Care Systems
  • Effects of GFATM on Georgia’s Health System
  • Sustainability of GFATM program supported activities in Georgia (.ppt)
  • Final Report of SWEF research in Georgia
Sponsored by DFID, Danida, Irish Aid