Governments Fund Communities. UNAIDS. (2016)


UNAIDS reviewed the experiences of six countries that have supported community-based HIV programmes through a variety of government mechanisms: Argentina, Brazil, India, Malawi, Malaysia and the Republic of Moldova. Every country is different, but lessons from these countries’ experiences can inform approaches that will be appropriate in other countries’ unique contexts. The examples from Argentina, Brazil, India and Malaysia demonstrate how national resources available for the AIDS response can be allocated to civil society. The examples from Malawi and the Republic of Moldova demonstrate how Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Global Fund) resources allocated to the government can be directed to civil society organizations.

Keywords: HIV, response, governments, civil society, funding

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