To meet its ambitious commitments and achieve overall epidemic control, the government of Guyana will need to increase domestic resources for HIV. To achieve this, stakeholders at civil society organizations and elsewhere can advocate throughout the budget process to ensure that the HIV response remains a priority. This brief details the budget-making process in Guyana, including specific points for stakeholder identification and advocacy—a process that, up to this point, has not been well-documented. It can be used by advocates at civil society organizations and elsewhere as a tool in planning for budget advocacy activities throughout the process—from budget development and decision making regarding HIV response allocation to parliamentary approval and monitoring.
Health Policy Plus. 2018. “Guyana’s Budget Process and Windows for Advocacy: A Guide to Inform Advocacy for HIV and Health Resources.” Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00T-6HC
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