As Guyana continues to develop into middle-income status, donors have begun decreasing their investments in HIV. In planning for transition and the sustainability of the HIV response in country, HP+ applied a Social Contracting Diagnostic Tool to assess whether civil society may use domestic resources to sustain service provision for the populations most at risk of or affected by HIV in Guyana. The report includes recommendations by stakeholders on how to implement social contracting in country.
Cenac, V., S. McLeish, and R. MacInnis. 2017. Legal and Regulatory Framework for Social Contracting in Guyana: Desk Review and Social Contracting Analysis. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00N-881
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