In the past decade, Senegal has made significant progress in the fight against HIV through high-level political leadership, early response, good coordination, and the involvement of the most affected communities through civil society organizations. However, the majority of financing for the HIV response comes from foreign donors. To sustain action, it will be imperative for Senegal to mobilize domestic resources to combat HIV in the coming years. In collaboration with UNAIDS and USAID, through HP+, Senegal’s National HIV Council conducted an analysis on the country’s ability to sustain its HIV response, focusing on the areas of (1) epidemiology and service delivery, (2) governance, leadership, accountability, and sustainable financing, and (3) civil society. This assessment identifies the main challenges, opportunities, and weaknesses, as well as prospects for sustainability, of the HIV program through 2030.
Wade, A. and O. Sy. 2019. Rapport d’évaluation de l’état de préparation à la transition et à la pérennité du Programme national de lutte contre le VIH au Sénégal. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00T-Z6G
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