A Comparative Analysis of the Financing of HIV/AIDS Programmes in Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe
This social science research report compares the mechanisms for financing HIV/AIDS programs in Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, and Zimbabwe. The comparative analysis of the financial dimension of HIV/AIDS programs and interventions across the six countries includes a critique of their statistical differences.
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Abuja agencies AIDS Support Bilateral Botswana Lesotho Mozambique budget capita GDP capita HIV/AIDS expenditure cent of GDP condoms core HIV/AIDS expenditure Department of Health DFID dis-aggregated donor Education expenditure in Botswana expenditure on HIV/AIDS external sources Figure 24 Financed HIV/AIDS Expenditure Financing Mechanisms funding for HIV/AIDS Global Fund award Government HIV/AIDS Government of Botswana Government of Lesotho Government of Mozambique Government of Swaziland Health and Social health expenditure percentage health sector HIV/AIDS interventions HIV/AIDS programmes HIV/AIDS spending HIV/AIDS-related Human Development Index infected international dollars LAPCA Lesotho Mozambique South level of expenditure Maternal mortality ratio Ministry of Finance Ministry of Health Multilateral National Integrated Programme NGOs percentage of GDP PMTCT population provincial Public health expenditure six countries Social Welfare sources of funding South Africa Swaziland sub-Saharan Africa Total and Public Total health expenditure Total HIV/AIDS expenditure Tuberculosis and Malaria Turner Foundation World Bank Zimbabwe
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Page 1 - ... expectancy and imposes a devastating economic burden, and that the dramatic situation on the continent needs urgent and exceptional national, regional and international action; 9. Welcoming the commitments of African heads of State or Government at the Abuja special summit in April 2001, particularly their pledge to set a target of allocating at least 15 per cent of their annual national budgets for the improvement of the health sector to help to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic; and recognizing...
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Page 38 - This committee consists of three ministries: the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economic Planning and Development, and the Ministry of Labour and Public Service.
Page vii - Adopted by the world's governments at the Special Session of the United Nations General Assembly on HIV/AIDS in June 2001, it established, for the first time ever, timebound targets to which governments and the United Nations may be held accountable".
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Page 27 - The projected impact on the health sector, due to increased demand for healthcare...
Page 51 - In the midst of all the calls for increased expenditure on health and HIV/AIDS, it is important to reflect on sustainability, and how one thinks about this critical development challenge.