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SA National Strategic Plans for HIV and AIDS, STIs and TB


National Strategic Plan on HIV, STIs and TB 2012-2016

The publication of the National Strategic Plan for HIV, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and TB 2012-2016 marks a milestone in our nation’s response to the dual epidemics of HIV and TB. This five-year strategy reflects the progress we have made in achieving clearer understanding of the challenges posed by these epidemics and the increasing unity of purpose among all the stakeholders who are driven by a shared vision to attain the highest impact of our policies towards our long-term vision of zero new HIV and TB infections.

Human Resources for Health South Africa

HRH Strategy for the Health Sector: 2012/13 – 2016/17. An overview of the trends and challenges in HRH for South Africa is grouped into 3 thematic areas. For each thematic area the key issues are highlighted and brief recommendations provided which informed the HRH Strategy. Theme I The supply of health professionals and equity of access Theme II Education, training and research Theme III The working environment of the health workforce

CEGAA TAC Joint Statement: A story of hope on national HIV and AIDS policy and funding in South Africa

HRH Strategy for the Health Sector: 2012/13 – 2016/17. An overview of the trends and challenges in HRH for South Africa is grouped into 3 thematic areas. For each thematic area the key issues are highlighted and brief recommendations provided which informed the HRH Strategy. Theme I The supply of health professionals and equity of access Theme II Education, training and research Theme III The working environment of the health workforce

South African Health Review 2011 by Health Systems Trust

The SAHR 2011 provides valuable policy and empirical information on a range of issues that are related to and impact on the Negotiated Service Delivery Agreement and primary health care re-engineering as envisaged by the National Department of Health (NDoH). A range of experts provide commentary on topics ranging from rural health, health technology to human resources. SAHR 2011 also contains a section on core health issues, where developments in health information systems, financing health care, and health legislation and policy are discussed. The Review concludes with data on the functioning and performance of the health system.