The Role of the Private Sector in the HIV Response of Four Countries

This poster presents an analysis of national health accounts in Ivory Coast, Kenya, Malawi, and Namibia that documents the sources of funding for HIV programs, in particular the contribution of private funding sources. It was presented at the 2014 African Health Economics and Policy Association conference in Nairobi, Kenya.

This poster was also presented at the Amref Health Africa International Conference in November 2014.

Author

Sharon Nakhimovsky and Sean Callahan

Contributor

SHOPS

Published
March 2014
Resource Types
Other
Country
Kenya
Malawi
Namibia
Technical Area
Health Financing
Health Area
HIV
Keywords
AIDS
HIV/AIDS
Current Downloads
15

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