Consolidated spending on HIV and TB in South Africa (2014/15–2016/17)

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This review of HIV and TB expenditure in South Africa is an input to policy, planning and management processes within and amongst spheres of government and between government and development partners. The data have been especially useful to national and provincial programme managers as they perform their oversight functions, leading to improved spending of available resources. With 52 annexes, it also serves as an authoritative reference document detailing levels and trends in HIV and TB spending by the three main funders of the disease responses: the SAG, the United States Government (USG), primarily via the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria (the Global Fund). The findings have informed South Africa’s report to the UNAIDS Global AIDS Monitor and the country’s forthcoming funding request to the Global Fund.

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