GLOBAL HEALTH: Trends in U.S. Spending for Global HIV/AIDS and Other Health Assistance in Fiscal Years 2001-2008

Gootnick, David
October 2010
GAO Reports;10/8/2010, preceding p2
Government Documents
The article presents an analysis on the U.S. spending trends for global HIV/AIDS and other health assistance from 2001 to 2008 fiscal years. It examines the disbursements for global HIV/AIDS and other health-related programs through analyzing foreign assistance data, HIV treatment costs, and interviewing Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) officials. Data shows that spending for HIV/AIDS and other health assistance was higher in South Africa, Nigeria, and Kenya.


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