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April 13, 2010

Every Dollar Counts: How Global AIDS Donors Can Better Link Funding Decisions to Performance

Billions of dollars have been allocated to fight HIV/AIDS in poor countries over the past decade, yet less than half of those requiring treatment receive it, and for every two people put on treatment, five more become infected. Donors have to do more with available funds. Now is the time to link funding decisions to performance.

Nandini Oomman , David Wendt , Ernesto Zedillo and Christina Droggitis
April 6, 2010

HIV/AIDS Monitor: Are Funding Decisions Based on Performance?

This report examines the use of performance-based funding (PBF) among the big three funders of HIV/AIDS programs in developing countries: the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the Global Fund to Fight AIDS Tuberculosis and Malaria, and the World Bank’s Multi-Country HIV/AIDS Program for Africa (the MAP).

Nandini Oomman , Steven Rosenzweig and Michael Bernstein