Creating Sustainable HIV Program Funding Locally and Abroad
In response to the HIV epidemic, governments, the Global Fund partnership and international philanthropies have supported the implementation of effective HIV prevention and treatment programs around the world, contributing to a 40 percent drop in new HIV infections since 1997, according to UNAIDS. The U.S. government, working through PEPFAR and other federal programs, is an important contributor to the AIDS response, but its funding has decreased in recent years.
What happens when initial program funding comes to an end? Local communities and national programs may scramble to secure reliable non-grant funding sources to sustain valuable programs. Abt Associates works closely with those communities and countries to support their HIV financing transitions.
Please join us at this webinar, during which Abt experts in U.S. and international HIV program financing will discuss recent examples of successfully sustaining programs in U.S. cities and Vietnam.