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close this bookAIDS, Poverty Reduction and Debt Relief - A Toolkit for Mainstreaming HIV/AIDS Programmes into Development Instruments (UNAIDS, 2001, 48 p.)
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Open this folder and view contents4. Uses of Funds Released Through HIPC - Earmarking, Channeling, and Accountability
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View the documentAppendix 1. Links between HIV/AIDS and Poverty
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UNAIDS/WORLD BANK
Geneva, Switzerland
March 2001

UNAIDS Best Practice Collection
KEY MATERIAL

Written by:

Olusoji Adeyi1
Robert Hecht1
Elesani Njobvu1
Agnes Soucat2

1 Department of Policy, Strategy and Research, UNAIDS, Geneva, Switzerland
2 Africa Region, The World Bank, Washington, DC, USA

Acknowledgements. An early draft of this paper was presented and reviewed at the 1st Regional Workshop on AIDS, Poverty and Debt Relief that was held in Lilongwe, Malawi in November 2000. The workshop, which was co-organized by the UNAIDS Secretariat and USAID, included country officials from Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, and Zambia. Participating agencies included the UNDP, WHO, World Bank, UNAIDS Secretariat and USAID. In addition, the authors acknowledge comments on earlier drafts from the following: Paurvi Bhatt (USAID), Keith Hansen (World Bank), Jean Lennock (DFID, Nigeria Office), Namposya Nampanya-Serpell (Independent Consultant) and two reviewers at the UNAIDS Secretariat. The authors alone are responsible for the contents of this document.

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AIDS, poverty reduction and debt relief: a toolkit for mainstreaming HIV/AIDS
programmes into development instruments. - Geneva: UNAIDS, c2001.

Written by Olusoji Adeyi ... [et al. ] Publication no. UNAIDS/01. 01E

1. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome - prevention and control 2. Poverty 3. Causality 4. National health programs 5. Social justice 6. Financing, Organized 7. Cost of illness 8. Manuals 9. Adeyi, Olusoji

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