XIX International AIDS Conference


MOGS07 Know Your Resources: How to Use Funding Data to Strengthen your Messages in the Critical Push for Investing in the End of AIDS
  Presentation with Q&A
Venue: GV Session Room 2
Time: 23.07.2012, 17:00 - 18:00
Co-Chairs: Emily Donaldson, United States
Sarah Hamilton, United States
 
 
Achieving universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support by 2015 is estimated to cost US $22 billion. This target, part of a comprehensive global investment framework, would prevent 12.2 million infections and 7.4 million deaths by 2020. To implement this framework -and ultimately reverse the epidemic-we need to know how much money is currently being disbursed for AIDS. A number of organizations track resources for HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis in order to measure progress and understand the funding environment. This session aims to demonstrate existing resource tracking methods, improve comprehension of funding analyses and inform global advocates' resource mobilization. By understanding the flow of resources, advocates can better target their efforts, bring donors to the table and strategize a way forward to making an AIDS-free generation a reality. A comprehensive guide on current resource tracking efforts underway will be created and launched at the session.

17:00
MOGS0701
Powerpoint
Introduction to resource tracking


E. Donaldson, United States
K. Dehne, Switzerland

17:05
MOGS0702
International assistance from donor governments for HIV


A. Wexler, United States

17:10
MOGS0703
Philanthropic funding for HIV


E. Baehr, United States

17:15
MOGS0704
Resource tracking to increase TB research and broaden the ambitions of global TB advocacy


E. Jiménez-Levi, United States

17:20
MOGS0705
Moving beyond public budgets: expenditure tracking for HIV in resource-constrained settings


N. Ndlovu, South Africa

17:25
MOGS0706
Powerpoint
What we know about investments in hepatitis and the need for new advocacy tools


C. Taylor, United States

17:30
MOGS0707
Tracking global HIV investments targeted at men who have sex with men and transgender communities


M. Sundararaj, United States

17:35
MOGS0708
Resource tracking for advocates: questions and answers


O. Ryan, United States

17:55
MOGS0709
Closing remarks


S. Hamilton, United States

Powerpoints presentations
Introduction to resource tracking -

What we know about investments in hepatitis and the need for new advocacy tools - Chris Taylor



   

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