Viet Nam National AIDS Spending Assessment 2008-2010. UNAIDS (2012)

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This report is a compiled analysis of two National AIDS Spending Assessments (NASA) conducted in 2010 and 2011 in Viet Nam by a team of consultants hired by UNAIDS Vietnam, with the support from Viet Nam Administration of HIV/AIDS Control. The first NASA captured AIDS expenditure by nearly all national and international funding sources in Viet Nam over the two-year period 2008 to 2009, while the second NASA captured this expenditure for 2010. The two NASA track the resources of health services as well as social-mitigation, education, labour, justice and other sectors to embody the multisectoral response in Viet Nam. Through its findings, the NASA aim to inform and support the development of Viet Nam’s new National Strategy on HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control to 2020, with a vision to 2030. 

 

 

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Expanding Long Term Financing Options for HIV in Viet Nam. UNAIDS (2012)

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Vietnam has achieved considerable success in scaling up its programmatic response to address the HIV/AIDS pandemic in recent years. However while public agencies and civil society organisations have played a key role in this success, 74% of total resources have come from development partners. 

 

 

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Social Return on Investment Doing More with Less: Evidence Based Operational Research on the KHANA Integrated Care and Prevention Project in Cambodia. Phnom Penh, KHANA. Tong L, H Sopheab, Tuot S. (2012)

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Cambodia has been praised for its success in slowing its HIV epidemic: by 2010 HIV prevalence had fallen to 0.8% from a peak of over 2% a decade before [1]. Outstanding national leadership and commitment was recognised through a Millennium Development Goal Award in 2010, when Cambodia reached its universal access target for antiretroviral treatment. The focus now needs to be on ensuring the most effective use of resources whilst maintaining a strong impact at the national level.

KHANA is the largest national non-governmental organisation (NGO) providing HIV prevention, care and support services in Cambodia. Initially established in 1996 as a project of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, KHANA became an NGO in its own right in 1997. In 2008 it went through the International HIV/AIDS Alliance accreditation process, and was the first Alliance partner to receive full endorsement as an accredited member.

 

 

 

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National AIDS Spending Assessment - NASA III (2009-2010). National AIDS Authority Cambodia. (2012)

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The National AIDS Authority (NAA), as part of its mandate to monitor and evaluate the national response to HIV and AIDS in Cambodia, conducted the third National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA III) in early 2011. The assessment covered 2009 and 2010, and together with data obtained in the two previous NASA rounds, has allowed for analysis of trends in resource flows from 2006 to 2010. The three assessments have produced valuable data which are used to monitor Cambodia’s National Strategic Plan for Comprehensive and Multi sectoral Response to HIV and AIDS (NSP) and to report on expenditures nationally and globally.

 

 

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2012 National AIDS Spending Assessment In-Country Exercise. Ravuci L, Seva M, Rokovunisei M, et al. (2012)

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The Fiji Government, via the National HIV Board, is pursuing a robust initiative to capture strategic information regarding the national response to HIV & AIDS vis-à-vis the tracking of financial information from financing sources to actual expenditures.
The National HIV Board continues to understand and promote the importance of the National AIDS Spending Assessment methodology as it provides a platform to influence decision making in terms of future resource allocations in the HIV & AIDS response.

 

Keywords: HIV response, NASA, financing, prevention, care, treatment, PLHIV, most at risk populations

 

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Strategic Investments for Impact: Global Fund Results Report 2012. The Global Fund (2012)

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The Global Fund Results Report 2012 presents the latest data from recipients of Global Fund grants in 151 countries – as well as the latest evidence of impact on the HIV, tuberculosis (TB) and malaria pandemics, and the most up-to-date information on Global Fund financing. It highlights the continued progress and the scale-up achieved by low- and middle-income countries around the world, made possible by the collaboration and efforts of hundreds of governments, donors, recipients, technical agencies, private companies and civil society organizations.

 

 

 

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Financing the Response to AIDS in Low- and Middle- Income Countries: International Assistance from Donor Governments in 2011. Kates J, Wexler A, Lief E and Gobet B. (2012).

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This report is based on analysis of data provided by the 23 donor government members of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)’s Development Assistance Committee (DAC) and the European Union (EU). It includes their combined bilateral assistance and contributions to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund) and to UNITAID. 

 

 

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China National AIDS Spending Assessment 2010. Yakusik A, Zhongdan C, Fernández CA, et al. (2012)

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Comprehensive information about national spending on AIDS response is crucial for health policy development and evaluation. Dehong Prefecture of Yunnan Province is one of the areas hardest hit by HIV in China. Since 1989, when the first 146 HIV-infected injecting drug users (IDUs) were identified in Dehong, this area with 1.1 million of people reported a cumulative total of 17,590 HIV cases by the end of 2010. Studies conducted suggest that the population prevalence for HIV infections in Dehong Prefecture is estimated to be 1.3%. IDUs make up the majority of the people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Dehong Prefecture, accounting for more than a half of the total number of estimated HIV cases in Dehong with high estimated HIV prevalence. HIV transmission mode has been changing gradually over the recent years from intravenous drug use to heterosexual and homosexual transmission. This study provides a comprehensive overview of the overall level and composition of major investments in national AIDS response in Dehong Prefecture introducing National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) as a method for the purpose.


Keywords: HIV/AIDS, cases, death, mode of transmission, investments, funding

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An Analysis of Major HIV Donor Investments: Targeting Men who have Sex with Men and Transgender People. Ayala G, Hebert P, Keatley, J and Sundararaj M (2011)

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Despite tremendous progress made over a period of 30 years, AIDS remains a serious global health issue. Current epidemiological evidence indicates that certain population groups consistently shoulder a disproportionate disease burden when compared to adults in the general population. Men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender women have recorded exponentially higher HIV prevalence rates in nearly every country where reliable data is available. However, there is a paucity of information regarding AIDS investments reaching these two vulnerable groups for the scale-up of targeted and quality HIV-related services.

 

 

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Rapid Assessment of Impact of Discontinuation of RCC Grant beyond 2012 in China. UNAIDS-China (2011)

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Effective 1 January 2012, a revised application and approval process for renewals will be employed to ensure strategic investments, as described in “Options for Modification of the Application, Renewal and Approval Processes for New and Existing Investments,”.

 

 

 

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