Global HIV Programs at the Crossroads: How Can Donor Funding Be Optimized?
RAND Congressional Briefing Series
On World AIDS Day in 2011, President Obama announced a commitment to scale up treatment worldwide to 6 million HIV-positive people in need. But how can this global scale-up be achieved? And how can global HIV programs possibly hope to continue meeting an ever-growing need for services in the face of limited funding?
In this briefing, one of the authors of a recent RAND report delivers policy options and recommendations on ways to most effectively fund this scale-up.
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