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Author
Haider, Muhiuddin
Title
Analysis of Experience: The Role of Public-Private Partnerships in HIV/AIDS Prevention, Control, and Treatment Programming - Part 1: Conceptual Framework
In
The GW Center for the Study of Globalization Occasional Paper Series
Imprint
The GW Center for the Study of Globalization, Washingto, D.C., 3 March 2003, 43 pp
Url
http://www.synergyaids.com/resources.asp?tid=68
Abstract

"The explosion of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in recent years has coincided with the growing impact of globalization. As the world is brought closer together through markets, technology, and travel, the global community has responded to the mounting need for HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment interventions with the advent of the public-private partnership (PPP). This report attempts to analyze the role of PPPs in HIV/AIDS programming through theoretical and case-based evidence. As the first in a three-part series, Part One presents an overview of the global HIV/AIDS scenario and the impact of globalization on the epidemic. It defines the scope of the study and presents the analytical framework which will be used to analyze active PPPs in Part Two. Finally, this part concludes with brief perspective on the public-private partnership model and its utility in developing countries and health."

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  • Haider, Muhiuddin, Analysis of Experience: The Role of Public-Private Partnerships in HIV/AIDS Prevention, Control, and Treatment Programming - Part 2: Case Studies, The GW Center for the Study of Globalization Occasional Paper Series, The GW Center for the Study of Globalization, Washington, D.C., 3 March 2003, 38 pp. (Also available at http://www.synergyaids.com/resources.asp?tid=68) [ Details... ]
  • Haider, Muhiuddin, Analysis of Experience: The Role of Public-Private Partnerships in HIV/AIDS Prevention, Control, and Treatment Programming - Part 3: Lessons Learned, The GW Center for the Study of Globalization Occasional Paper Series, The GW Center for the Study of Globalization, Washington, D.C., 3 March 2003, 28 pp. (Also available at http://www.synergyaids.com/resources.asp?tid=68) [ Details... ]