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This is the data set for Policy Paper 33, in which Victoria Fan, Denizhan Duran, Rachel Silverman, and Amanda Glassman construct a sampling frame over 2002-12 of 20 of the Global Fund’s ‘high-impact countries’. From this frame, five countries – Ethiopia, Nigeria, South Africa, India, the Philippines – are purposely selected for data extraction from the PGAs, as these countries represent significant funding levels and diverse regions and epidemics. In these five countries, they use extracted Global Fund data and publicly available PEPFAR data to compare the financed intervention package.
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