In 2003, Congress passed the United States Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Act, which established a 5-year, $15 billion initiative to help countries around the world respond to their AIDS epidemics. The initiative is generally referred to by the title of the 5-year strategy required by the act--PEPFAR, or the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.
PEPFAR Implementation evaluates this initiative's progress and concludes that although PEPFAR has made a promising start, U.S. leadership is still needed in the effort to respond to the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The book recommends that the program transition from its focus on emergency relief to an emphasis on the long-term strategic planning and capacity building necessary for a sustainable response. PEPFAR Implementation will be of interest to policy makers, health care professionals, special interest groups, and others interested in global AIDS relief.
Institute of Medicine. 2007. PEPFAR Implementation: Progress and Promise. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/11905.
|Abstract and Summary||1-20|
|Part I The U.S. Global AIDS Initiative, 1 Introduction||21-34|
|2 The U.S. Global AIDS Initiative: Context and Background||35-78|
|Part II Progress on the First 5-Year Strategy -- PEPFAR, 3 PEPFAR's Management||79-112|
|4 PEPFAR's Prevention Category||113-140|
|5 PEPFAR's Treatment Category||141-168|
|6 PEPFAR's Care Category||169-204|
|7 PEPFAR's Orphans and Other Vulnerable Children Category||205-240|
|Part III Looking to the Future, 8 Toward Sustainability||241-270|
|Appendix A Acknowledgments||271-286|
|Appendix B Methods||287-300|
|Appendix C Plan for a Short-term Evaluation of PEPFAR Implementation -- Letter Report # 1||301-332|
|Appendix D Selected Bibliography for 25-Year Overview of Global HIV/AIDS||333-334|
|Appendix E Abbreviations and Acronyms||335-336|
|Appendix F Committee and Staff Biographies||337-354|
|Appendix G Information-Gathering Meeting Agendas||355-362|
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