Given declining donor funding of Jamaica’s national HIV response, the country’s government must consider how it will continue to support the National HIV/AIDS Program. Social contracting with civil society organizations (CSOs) has been put forth as an option to sustain the country’s HIV interventions, as they can more effectively reach key and vulnerable populations with services such as HIV prevention, education, care, and support. HP+ conducted a costing analysis to determine the resources needed to deliver critical HIV services via CSOs. This study provides a framework from which CSOs and the government can develop a common understanding of CSO-led HIV service delivery and HIV-related program costs. The findings are an important first step in developing budget parameters for CSO-led HIV services and programs.
Saint-Firmin, P.P., C. McFarlane, R. Johnson, S. Sutherland, and R. MacInnis. 2020. Understanding the Costs of CSO-Delivered HIV Prevention and Support Services in Jamaica. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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