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Addressing HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria : the resource needs of the Global Fund 2005-2007


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This publication has been produced by the Global Fund in collaboration with the World Health Organization, the STB and RBM Partnerships, and UNAIDS. It contains an assessment on the 2005-2007 resource need of the Global Fund. The Fund aims at helping reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria through a public-private foundation. This report provides a comprehensive estimation of the global needs for these three devastating diseases and identifies the Global Fund's share of global need. For the year 2007 the Global Fund total contribution to international resources will reach 27%

Use of information to address TB/HIV in Cambodia: workshop proceedings from Banteay Meanchey, Battambang, Phnom Penh, and Sihanoukville

BONNET, Jayaseeli
SEAK, Kunrath
June 2004

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Cambodia is one of the countries most severely affected by TB and HIV. Partners in Health Reformplus (PHRplus) is providing technical support to government pilot interventions, developing an information component to support HIV/TB activities. It is standardizing the information being collected across all sites and facilitating its use by implementing partners in order to increase case detection and strengthen case management of TB/HIV co-morbidity. In January - March 2004, PHRplus conducted workshops with the four sites to review information and data it had collected, to identify current pilot accomplishments and to recommend how work could be improved. This report presents the workshop findings


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