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Kaiser Family Foundation Report Maps Global Efforts to Address HIV/AIDS in Low-, Middle-Income Countries

June 21, 2013

A new Kaiser Family Foundation report "maps the complex network of international assistance aimed at addressing the global impact of HIV/AIDS," a report summary on the foundation's webpage states, continuing, "The large number of donor organizations working on these efforts creates challenges for effectively negotiating, coordinating and delivering programs, particularly in the current era of economic austerity." The report tracks donor engagement in 143 recipient countries and is the first in a series of reports aimed at "providing perspective on the geographic presence of global health donors and to enable more effective coordination and delivery of services globally and within individual recipient nations." According to an email from the foundation, "Future analyses are planned for family planning and reproductive health assistance, tuberculosis, and malaria" (6/21).

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