Governance & HIV and AIDS

Health governance : concepts, experience, and programming options

Brinkerhoff, Derick W. and Bossert, Thomas J. | 2008
  • Author(s): Brinkerhoff, Derick W. and Bossert, Thomas J.
  • Publisher: Abt associates [etc.]
  • Pages: --
  • Keywords: health policy, programme management, civil society, local government
Interventions to improve governance in health systems

Theory and practice : The Global fund, multisectoral global governance and deliberative safeguards against the colonization of public reason

Brown, Garrett Wallace | 2007
  • Author(s): Brown, Garrett Wallace
  • Publisher: University of Sheffield
  • Pages: --
  • Keywords: development assistance, sectoral planning, programme management, democracy, aids
The purpose of this paper is to examine the practice of multisectoral deliberation within the Global Fund and determine whether it has resulted in providing a more deliberative response to global health priorities.

Preparing national HIV/AIDS strategies and action plans : lessons of experience

Brown, Jonathan | 2007
  • Author(s): Brown, Jonathan
  • Publisher: World bank. Global HIV/AIDS program]
  • Pages: --
  • Keywords: health policy, health planning, development strategies, health programmes
This paper on HIV/AIDS strategy and action planning has been prepared as part of the AIDS Strategy and Action Plan (ASAP) service work program. The objective is to provide support to countries in AIDS strategies to make them more prioritized, evidence-based, costed and capable of being implemented.

Renewing our voice : code of good practice for NGOs responding to HIV/AIDS

Cabassi, Julia and Wilson, David | 2004
  • Author(s): Cabassi, Julia and Wilson, David
  • Publisher: NGO HIV/AIDS code of practice project
  • Pages: --
  • Keywords: health programmes, programme planning, community participation, human rights, nongovernmental organizations, governance, aids
This Code sets out a number of Guiding Principles, which apply a human rights approach to the range of HIV/AIDS-specific health, development and humanitarian work undertaken by NGOs responding to HIV/AIDS.

Parliaments, politics and HIV/AIDS : a comparative study of five African countries

Caesar-Katsenga, Mary and Myburg, Marietjie | 2006]
  • Author(s): Caesar-Katsenga, Mary and Myburg, Marietjie
  • Publisher: IDASA. Governance and AIDS programme
  • Pages: --
  • Keywords: programme management, political aspects, aids, botswana, ghana, kenya, mozambique, south africa
This paper provides an assessment on the national parliaments of Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique and South Africa use of their oversight function to inform and monitor national HIV and AIDS responses.

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