The Health Policy Project has ended, but work continues under a new USAID five-year project, Health Policy Plus (HP+).
Author(s): Sayaka Koseki, Thomas Fagan, and Veena Menon
Primary Language: English
In the past decade, PEPFAR has committed significant technical and financial resources to the fight against HIV, working with local partners in target countries to promote prevention programs, increase the number of patients receiving ART, and strengthen national coordination and monitoring of programs. As donor funding stagnates and developing economies grow, it is critical to identify long-term, sustainable sources of domestic funding for HIV to maintain and build upon the successes achieved by low- and middle-income-countries in partnership with PEPFAR.
As part of PEPFAR’s Sustainable Financing Initiative to increase domestic resource for HIV, HPP created a baseline assessment of the current state of HIV financing in Uganda against which future achievements in domestic resource mobilization can be measured. The assessment analyzes current resource commitments against projected need, estimates future domestic resource needs, and examines efficiency and equity in the use of funds.