Medical Research Council
World Health Organization
Health Systems Trust
2011-2012 Education Sector HIV and AIDS: Global Progress Survey- Progression, Regression or Stagnation?UNAIDS
The Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF)
How underfunding the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria impacts on the HIV Response
This report draws on recently collected field data from numerous countries where the International HIV/AIDS Alliance operates to explain why the funding crisis requires urgent action on the part of Global Fund donors and all other stakeholders. The Alliance’s recommendations for responding to the crisis are based on our analysis of the implications of funding shortfalls in the following specific areas: HIV treatment; HIV prevention; care and support; services for key populations at higher risk of HIV infection; and efforts to create an enabling environment.
Particularly compelling evidence of the need for urgent action comes from in-depth country impact studies in five countries: Bangladesh, Bolivia, South Sudan, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Each of these countries was, until the funding crisis, making strong progress towards reducing HIV infections and AIDSrelated deaths. The country impact studies document the many ways in which these countries’ HIV responses are now endangered.