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Authors
AusAID, USAIDS and PNAC
Title
HIV/AIDS Stakeholder Mapping in Papua New Guinea
Imprint
AusAID, September 2004, 81 pp
Description

Reproduced with AusAID's kind permission.

For the latest information visit the AusAID website, www.ausaid.gov.au.

Abstract

"his mapping exercise sets out to describe the HIV/AIDS activities that are being undertaken in PNG, not to assess or review these activities. The exercise focused on identifying major activities through established organizations rather than reporting on the myriad of small-scale activities, that have been funded through grant programs. The report also describes some of the experiences of agencies in delivering particular programs and initiatives, including some of the lessons learned and program models that have proved successful. In undertaking this study it was clear that there are a number of issues that are constraining an effective response to HIV and AIDS. These include: role and capacity of NACS; lack of leadership and political commitment; lack of coordination and collaboration between agencies; competition among agencies; and lack of capacity for program implementation."

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