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Title:HIV/AIDS policies in Mozambique and the new aid architecture: successes, shortcomings and the way forward
Authors:Bidaurratzaga-Aurre, EduardoISNI
Colom-Jaén, ArturISNI
Year:2012
Periodical:Journal of Modern African Studies (ISSN 0022-278X)
Volume:50
Issue:2
Pages:225-252
Language:English
Geographic term:Mozambique
Subjects:AIDS
health policy
development cooperation
External link:https://www.jstor.org/stable/41653700
Abstract:HIV/AIDS policies have become a significant and controversial issue in Mozambique in recent years. The extent of the disease, along with a massive involvement of the donor community and a committed response by Mozambican authorities, are the main drivers of these policies. In the framework of the new aid architecture, donors are expected to encourage recipient country 'ownership' of development policies through new aid instruments like budget support or sector-wide approaches. However, HIV/AIDS policies in Mozambique are highly influenced by donors, because an exceptionally high proportion of the financial resources and policy formation comes from them. In this article the authors assess the extent of HIV/AIDS and its effects in Mozambique, and analyse the successes and shortcomings of the policies to fight the disease, emphasizing the role of donors. They end by exploring possible ways to increase ownership and effectiveness. Bibliogr., notes, ref., sum. [Journal abstract]
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