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Table 3 GHI HIV/AIDS programmes in seven case study countries

From: National and subnational HIV/AIDS coordination: are global health initiatives closing the gap between intent and practice?

  HIV epidemic type (low, concentrated or generalised) Number of people living with HIV (2000 and 2007)* Adult HIV prevalence % (2000 and 2007)* Global Fund HIV/AIDS grants (round, year and amount)** PEPFAR allocation (year and amount)*** World Bank commitment (project title, duration and amount)
China Concentrated 410,000 (2000) 700,000 (2007) 0.1 (2000) 0.1 (2007) Round 3 (2004) $98 M Round 4 (2005) $64 M Round 5 (2006) $29 M Round 6 (2007) $6 M Round 8 (2009) $6 M Not a PEPFAR focus country N/A
Georgia Low < 200 (2000) 2,700 (2007) 0.1 (2000) 0.1 (2007) Round 2 (2003) $12 M Round 6 (2007) $6 M Not a PEPFAR focus country N/A
Kyrgyzstan Low < 1000 (2000) 1,479 (2007) 0.1 (2000) 0.1 (2007) Round 2 (2003) $17 M Round 7 (2008) $12 M Not a PEPFAR focus country Central Asian AIDS Program (2005-2010) (4 Central Asian countries) $25 M
Mozambique Generalised 910,000 (2000) 1,500,000 (2007) 9.5 (2000) 12.5 (2007) Round 2 (2004) $8 M Round 6 (2007) $23 M Round 8 (2009) $12 M 2004 - $37.5 M 2005 - $60.2 M 2006 - $94.4 M 2007 - $162 M 2008 - $228.6 M N/A
Peru Concentrated 53,000 (2000) 76,000 (2007) 0.4 (2000) 0.5 (2007) Round 2 (2003) $22 M Round 5 (2006) $8 M Round 6 (2007) $24 M Not a PEPFAR focus country N/A
Ukraine Concentrated 210,000 (2000) 440,000 (2007) 0.1 (2000) 0.1 (2007) Round 1 (2004) $23 M Round 6 (2007) $14 M Not a PEPFAR focus country The World Bank program to fight HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis committed $77 M in 2003 but disbursements have been delayed
Zambia Generalised 920,000 (2000) 1,100,000 (2007) 15.5 (2000) 15.2 (2007) Round 1 (2003) $6 M Round 4 (2005) $115 M Round 8 (2009) $129 M 2004 - $81.7 M 2005 - $130.1 M 2006 - $149 M 2007 - $216 M 2008 - $269.2 M Zambia National Response to HIV/AIDS (2003-08) $42 M
  1. Source: * UNAIDS; **Global Fund website accessed 5/1/09 supplemented by country studies *** AVERT