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As part of the XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico City, the Center for Global Development addressed these issues in a two-part panel discussion on How are HIV/AIDS donors interacting with national health systems? The satellite event, held Wednesday, August 6th, 2008 in Session Room 5 of Centro Banamex, featured Nandini Oomman, the Director of the HIV/AIDS Monitor at the Center for Global Development and was moderated by J. Stephen Morrison, the Executive Director of the HIV/AIDS Task Force and Director of the Africa Program at Center for Strategic and International Studies. Oomman presented a new paper from CGD's HIV/AIDS Monitor which investigates how AIDS programs interact with three particular components of the health system: the health information system, the supply chain system, and human resources for health.