What Is Spending Of Bilateral Donor Funds For HIV / AIDS?

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It’s worthwhile to put into account that the baseline goal was meant to perform some underlying functions which a among others includes supporting and empowering rural communities to take charge of improving their own health, supporting capacity building in management of health facilities in the country, provision of financial resources for medical supplies, rehabilitating and equipping of health facilities in the country, provision of grants for strengthening of the faith-based health facilities and also to improve the quality of services delivery at the health facilities (Heraf, 2014).
According to UNAIDs (2009) on HIV strategies and challenges, there exists challenges in disbursements and absorptive capacity at the national level
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An impressive number of community based organizations network with other organizations, yet much counterproductive competition between organizations is noted and mistrust is evident.
There is much variation in the level of coordination between government and community organizations, and between community organizations themselves, but on the whole, local level systems for leading HIV/AIDS response remain weak on fighting HIV/AIDS (Global Fund, 2012). While some community-level organizations have succeeded in accessing consistent funding to pursue their missions, many organizations struggle with chronic challenges around funding. Day to day concerns of sustainability related to the survival of the organization seem to priority over longer-term development work, such as improvements in staff training, capacity building, infrastructure, support and the development of linkages between organizations. Investments in this type of systems building are likely to contribute significantly to organizational sustainability (WHO, 2012), on massive attack on disease of poverty.
Ensuring the optimal and efficient use of HIV/AIDS financing is a shared responsibility between donor agencies and national government (Betozzi et al, 2008) on sustainability related to HIV care funding. The experience of community level organizations in terms of accessing HIV/AIDS funding are not uniform. Therefore much community level activity is supported in one way or another, by
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