Governance & HIV and AIDS

HIV and AIDS programs : how they support health system strengthening

Avila, Carlos and Menser, Natalie and McGreevey, William | 2009]
  • Author(s): Avila, Carlos and Menser, Natalie and McGreevey, William
  • Publisher: aids2031 [etc.
  • Pages: --
  • Keywords: health policy, aids, development assistance
This paper will show how what may appear to be solely vertical HIV/AIDS funding has benefits for the whole health system and therefore could be called diagonal funding. The diagonal approach supports the dual horizontal/vertical aims of across-the-board system improvements and single-disease focus.

Alternative accountability in the Ugandan community-led HIV/AIDS programme

Awio, Godwin | 2007
  • Author(s): Awio, Godwin
  • Publisher: Auckland university of technology
  • Pages: --
  • Keywords: community participation, aids, uganda
This thesis draws on social capital theory to examine the potential of a Ugandan community-led HIV/AIDS programme to supplement New Public Management approaches to public service delivery and accountability.

Gender inequality and HIV/AIDS in Zambia : a study of the links between gender inequality and women's vulnerability to HIV/AIDS

Bah, Ida | 2005
  • Author(s): Bah, Ida
  • Publisher: Author
  • Pages: --
  • Keywords: women, gender, equality, aids, zambia
The purpose of this paper is to explore the links between gender inequality and women's vulnerability to HIV/AIDS as well as to enhance our understanding of what is it like to be a young woman in Zambia, a country where the HIV/AIDS epidemic has hit hard.

Gender, sexuality, rights and HIV : an overview for community sector organizations

Banerjee, Sumita and Sharma, Upasana | cop. 2007
  • Author(s): Banerjee, Sumita and Sharma, Upasana
  • Publisher: International council of AIDS service organizations (ICASO)
  • Pages: --
  • Keywords: community organization, community participation, nongovernmental organizations, sexual behaviour, gender, aids
This document is a resource for NGOs and CBOs to build greater understanding of how gender and sexuality determine vulnerability to HIV. The document highlights major human rights declarations and recommendations that can be used by associations to advoca

The private sector responds to the epidemic : Debswana - a global benchmark

Barnett, Tony | 2002
  • Author(s): Barnett, Tony
  • Publisher: Joint United nations programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)
  • Pages: --
  • Keywords: private sector, health planning, disease prevention, health education, aids, botswana
This document describes the AIDS response of the most important company in Botswana - Debswana, the diamond-mining company.

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