Announcing the launch of a new project to create a roadmap of financial investment to end AIDS in children
The Members of the Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS are excited to announce the launch of a new project to create a roadmap of financial investment to end AIDS in children in Sub-Saharan Africa by 2030. It will look at financing in the priority countries of The Global Alliance to End AIDS in Children.
We will identify what is being spent by governments and donors and private foundations, where, on whom, to what effect, and what the gaps are. Our analysis will focus on select countries that provide insights for the region as a whole. And we will foster a dialogue on this issue between donors, governments, and civil society in 2024. This roadmap will be achieved in close collaboration with the Global Working Group on Financing for Children and Adolescents Affected by HIV, including the World Health Organization, UNAIDS, Unicef, PEPFAR, the Global Fund and Avenir Health.
It is the second phase of a longer-term project. Since 2021, the Coalition has chaired the Global
Working Group on Financing for Children and Adolescents Affected by HIV. And in 2022, it published the first global analysis of trends in international donor expenditure, setting out a global picture of the level of investment for children and adolescents and major areas of programming.
This next phase builds upon these successes, by drilling down to reveal how funds are being invested at the country level and where the gaps are. We will produce action-oriented investment data, a methodology for tracking spending, and – most crucially – a dialogue on financing to end AIDS in children.
Please find the full Terms of Reference for this initiative here.
For more information please contact info@childrenandHIV.org