A Study of the Pan Caribbean Partnership Against HIV/AIDS (PANCAP): Common Goals, Shared Responses
UNAIDS, Jan 1, 2004 - Medical - 56 pages
This case study documents the experience of the Pan Caribbean Partnership Against AIDS (PANCAP) to mobilize the response to AIDS in the region. It highlights both the Partnership's successes as well as the challenges it continues to face in supporting effective action on AIDS in all of its 29 countries. Divided into 12 chapters, which cover some of the following areas, including: the background to the AIDS crises; the regional response, and how PANCAP has managed such a response, along with projections of what PANCAP needs to accomplish in the future.
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Why was a regional response to AIDS needed?
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action on AIDS advocacy affected by HIV AIDS epidemic antiretroviral drugs Barbados capacity CAREC Caribbean countries Caribbean Development Bank Caribbean Regional Strategic CARICOM Heads CARICOM Secretariat challenges CHRC collaborative action cooperation country level CRN+ CRSF Denzil Douglas Dominican Republic donor partners economic efforts ensure fight against AIDS Fight AIDS Force on HIV/AIDS Fund to Fight Global Fund Guyana Haiti Heads of Government HIV and AIDS HIV/AIDS PANCAP implementation initiatives Kitts and Nevis Lead Partner living with HIV Malaria member countries mobilizing monitoring and evaluation multisectoral National AIDS Programme PAHO Pan Caribbean Partnership PANCAP Coordinating Unit PANCAP partners Partnership Against HIV/AIDS Peter Piot Prime Minister regional action regional and international regional and national regional level regional response Regional Strategic Framework Regional Strategic Plan response to AIDS role sectors stigma and discrimination strengthen success technical support treatment and support Trinidad and Tobago UNAIDS Secretariat UNDP UNGASS United Nations World Bank