This report analyzes the current HIV financing landscape at the national and subnational level in Nepal and assesses the potential for increased domestic resource mobilization for HIV programming considering the impact of COVID-19 on Nepal’s economic outlook. HP+ conducted a limited fiscal space analysis to identify potential areas for Nepal’s government to increase its domestic contributions to the HIV response. This report highlights findings from the analysis and additionally describes Nepal’s current HIV financing landscape to set a baseline for allocations to the HIV response. These findings can be used to advocate for increasing domestic resources for HIV and to inform development of Nepal’s next HIV strategic plan.
Stein, D. and R. Ahuja. 2021. Domestic Resource Mobilization for HIV in Nepal: National and Subnational HIV Financing Landscape. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
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