Tracking global HIV/AIDS initiatives and their impact on the health system in Ukraine: interim report
In July 2006 the School of Public Health and the School of Social Work of the National University ‘KyivMohyla Academy’ started implementing the Ukrainian part of a three-year international research project ‘Tracking global HIV/AIDS initiatives and their impact on health systems’. The partners in this project are the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. The project is financed by the Open Society Institute (OSI) in New York. The study forms a part of the Global HIV/AIDS Initiatives Network (GHIN): http://www.ghinet.org/. The aim of this stage of the research is to assess the effects of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) HIV/AIDS grants in Ukraine in three case study regions (Kyiv, Odessa and L’viv) including the effects on scale up of HIV/AIDS programmes; quality of care of HIV/AIDS services; human resources for HIV/AIDS programmes; coordination of HIV/AIDS programmes; and access to HIV/AIDS services.
Semigina T. Tracking global HIV/AIDS initiatives and their impact on the health system in Ukraine: interim report [Electronic resource] / Semigina, T, Griga I., Bogdan D., Schevchenko I. Bondar V., Fuks K., Spicer N. – Kyiv, 2008. – 43 p.