Belgium, Benin, Burundi, China, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ireland, Kyrgyzstan, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique
Peru, South Africa, Sweden, Tanzania, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA, Vietnam, Zambia
Researching National & Subnational Effects of Global HIV/AIDS Initiatives at the Country Level
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Brugha R. Cliff J. Donoghue M. Fernandes B. Nhatave I. Ssengooba F Pariyo G. Ndubani P.
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
Governance, funding, civil society
To draw on the findings of a four country Tracking Study, conducted by LSHTM and partners, for generic lessons on and some potential implications of new donor assistance instruments and approaches more generally, intended to stimulate discussion and pose questions to policymakers, particularly at the global level.
Secondary analysis of empirical qualitative data from four country studies.
This report draws on empirical studies of early Global Fund (GF) processes, undertaken by LSHTM and partners, in four countries Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia which were among the first to receive GF monies for HIV/AIDS efforts. This paper presents a cross-country comparison of issues that affected all four countries:
The report ends with a substantive section aimed at policymakers, suggesting ways to help countries incorporate and harmonise the range of recently launched global health initiatives (GHIs), and to ensure best use of new sources of funds for strengthening health systems.