This paper seeks to address several questions including; How does the private sector currently operate in the field of global health? What has the impact of private sector involvement in global health been to date? How has Civil Society engaged with the Private Sector to date? What principles might guide our engagement?
On 24 March 2016, STOPAIDS convened over 60 representatives from government, multilateral organisations, NGOs, academic institutions, private foundations and activists living in middle income countries from across the international development field to generate ideas and debate around how to engage with middle income countries. Four central themes were discussed throughout the day: indicators for assessing development, leaving … Continued
This meeting brought together experts on Value for Money (VfM) methodologies as well as donors and programme managers to debate and assess costing, measurement challenges and use of VfM data related to the community based response to HIV/AIDS. The aim was to structure these VfM discussions around the UNAIDS Strategic Investment Framework, with the emphasis … Continued