How do AIDS donors provide money to countries affected by AIDS? Who receives this funding, and how is it spent? Is funding disbursed quickly and predictably? Does it build capacity? On October 10, 2007, Nandini Oomman, CGD senior program associate and project director for the HIV/AIDS Monitor Initiative and William Okedi, CGD field director for the HIV/AIDS Monitor, presented a new paper, What Are Donors Doing with AIDS Money? A Comparative Analysis of PEPFAR, Global Fund, and World Bank Funding in Mozambique, Uganda and Zambia at the event.
A lively panel discussion followed with Elmar Vinh-Thomas, Acting Deputy Director of Operations, The Global Fund; Jean-Jacques de St. Antoine, Lead Operations Officer, Human Development, East and Southern Africa, World Bank; Thomas Kenyon, Principal Deputy Coordinator and Chief Medical Officer, PEPFAR; and Simon Mphuka, Executive Director, Churches Health Association of Zambia. Jennifer Kates, Vice President and Director, HIV Policy, Kaiser Family Foundation, moderated the discussion.
Download presentation (PDF, 4.5MB)