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Study to track resource inflow for the HIV & AIDS programme in Nepal-2010
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National Centre for AIDS and STD Control (NCASC) estimates that approximately 70,000 adults and children are infected with HIV with an estimated prevalence of 0.49 in adults (15-49 years). (NCASC 2007) The groups who are at risk of HIV in Nepal are IDUs, MSMs, and FSWs including the labour migrants moving into high risk regions (particularly in India). Resources available to support HIV and AIDS programming in Nepal come primarily from a variety of External Partners. Most interventions for prevention for the most-at risk populations (FSWs, IDUs, MSM) are not implemented by the government (NCASC or HSCB) but rather through some strong I/NGOs. There is a multiplicity of donors each financing their own vertically structured prevention programme among MARPs, implemented through NGOs, INGOs and CBOs. There is no strong and effective system to coordinate and harmonize the inflow of resources aimed at prevention amongst MARPs. Gradual reduction of donor support for HIV programming,exacerbated by the recent economic recession, and Nepal’s failure to receive Global Fund Round 9 financing highlights even further the importance of reducing duplication and improving the optimum use of available funds. In order to clearly reflect the coverage of donor supported programmes and the duration of their support there is need of a strong mechanism of tracking of resources to ensure the continuity of ongoing preventive programmes.
This study, while fulfilling the need mentioned earlier, is conducted to track fund flow in HIV/AIDS programming in Nepal from donor agencies to implementing agencies. This report is based on the information received from the government, multilaterals, bi-laterals and non-governmental agencies. The external and domestic financial resource flows for the response of HIV presented in this report are based on the adopted categories of NASA, and the categories comprised are attached in the Annex I. This study will enable the Government of Nepal, MoHP, national programme management entity namely HSCB and NCASC to track the influx of and distribution of resources from various donor agencies to HIV Programmes and assess the gap to meet the involved population coverage. This study complements the National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) which is more focused on the spending aspect of HIV response /programmes in Nepal.As suggested by HSCB and stakeholders participating in the consultation meeting, 11 broad key categories of National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) were adopted for this study.The key steps followed by the study team were: i) listing of all sources of financing for HIV and AIDS in Nepal; ii) identifying, for each source of financing, the implementing entities, the amount and the duration of the financing period; iii) disaggregating data to provide better understanding of programming outlay; iv) disaggregating data sets by geographic coverage; v) validating the data sets through multiple sources and designing a database in close consultation.
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GoN, UNAIDS ,   (2010 )
Type / Script:
Progress Report in English
Keywords:
AIDS, DISEASES AND CARRIERS OF DISEASES, HIV INFECTIONS, AIDS PREVENTION, ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, BLOOD SAFETY, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, AIDS PREVENTION, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, FAMILY PLANNING, MEDICAL SCIENCES, SEX EDUCATION, HEALTH EDUCATION, POPULATION, POPULATION DYNAMICS, HEALTH SERVICES, COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH SERVICES, SOCIAL SERVICES
Thematic Group:
 UNFPA : Population studies
Thesaurus:
10.03.01  -  Disease Prevention And Control
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