BMET Community Monitoring of HIV/AIDS and TB Budgets

2009 - 2012
O.R. Tambo (EC) and uMgungundlovu (KZN) Districts

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24 October 2016
The South African Government (SAG) has since 2012/13 spent more than R4.5 trillion on public policy including education, health and social development programmes. An analysis of seven years (2012/13 – 2018/19) of the total government’s consolidated no
25 July 2016
South Africa's HIV and AIDS pandemic is one of the highest in the world with an HIV and AIDS prevalence of 15.9% in the adult population (15-49 years old) as of the year 2013 (Statistics South Africa 2014). The prevalence amongst women (15-49 years old) s
06 December 2013
Review of the 2013/14 health budget and its implications for HIV and AIDS funding in the era of the NHI
18 May 2012
Eastern Cape rural health is on the brink of collapse as clinics and hospitals shoulder the burden of delivering healthcare without staff.

CEGAA is strengthening the capacity of the Treatment Action Campaign’s community health advocates to monitor local health service delivery, budgeting and expenditure. Supported by the International Budget Partnership (IBP), Open Society Foundation for SA (OSF-SA) and Open Society Institute New York (OSI-NY), this work is being showcased around the globe by presenting CEGAA and TAC as an ideal partnership for solid coalitions that benefit all. The district-based project is empowering communities to participate in important decision-making structures at local level for improved health and HIV/AIDS resources.


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