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Value for Money and Policy Review of Irish Aid Support to HIV and AIDS, 2000 – 2007

HIV & AIDS, Aid Effectiveness, Budget/funding, Guidelines, Research Report, Ireland, 2009
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In the period covered by this review, 2000-2007, a total of €340m of Irish Aid funding was specifically dedicated to HIV and AIDS interventions. Overall, this review finds that the Irish Aid response to the HIV and AIDS pandemic is not only a justified and valid application of public funds to help address a critical need, but that the response is also characterised by a high degree of relevance and coherence.

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Value for Money and Policy Review of Irish Aid Support to HIV and AIDS, 2000 – 2007

In the period covered by this review, 2000-2007, a total of €340m of Irish Aid funding was specifically dedicated to HIV and AIDS interventions. Download PDF (985KB)