XV International AIDS Conference Satellite Session: Resource Tracking and Priority Setting

UNAIDS hosted this panel that featured the work of the UNAIDS Consortium on Resource Tracking. The session highlighted the importance of tracking global HIV/AIDS financial information; reviewed the methodological approaches used to track HIV/AIDS resource flows; and determined gaps in HIV/AIDS financial information and coverage as well as strategies for moving forward.

Report: Financing the Expanded Response to AIDS (pre-publication copy)

Resource Tracking and Priority Setting: UNAIDS Global Resource Tracking Consortium for AIDS
Paul Delay, UNAIDS
Resource Availability for HIV/AIDS & the Funding Gap
Juan-Pablo Gutierrez and Stefano Bertozzi, National Institute of Public Health-INSP
Why Track Resources? The Utility of Resource Tracking Efforts
Jennifer Kates, Kaiser Family Foundation
Resource Requirements, 2007, for the Fight Against AIDS
William McGreevey, Futures Group
Tracking HIV Vaccine Funding
Robert Hecht, vice president Public Policy, IAVI
Tracking Microbicide Funding
Polly F. Harrison, PhD, director, Alliance for Microbicide Development
Special Study on AID To HIV/AIDS Control – Results and Further Action
Julia Benn, Development Co-operation Directorate, OECD
Methodological Approaches – Utility of National AIDS Accounts
Jose-Antonio Izazola-Licea, SIDALAC
Information Gaps in HIV/AIDS Resource Tracking and Priority Setting
Tania Dmytraczenko, Abt Associates / PHRplus


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