|Publish Year :||1998|
|Thematic Area:||Sectoral application of GRB|
|Resource type:||Assessments and Analysis|
In response to the growing body of evidence on violence and HIV&AIDS, and in response to calls by human rights advocates for effective action on these issues, international institutions and national governments have articulated a concern to address gender-based violence, including within the context of HIV&AIDS. Little is known, however, about what is actually being done to address these issues in policies, programming and funding, and whether the efforts that are underaway are truly based on the human rights and health agenda advocated for so long by women's movements throughout the world. In order to better understand the level of resourcesÂ in policy, programming and funding -- committed to this deadly intersection, this report was commissioned by an international coalition of organizations working on women's human rights, development, health and HIV& AIDS. This report, Show Us the Money: is violence against women on the HIV&AIDS donor agenda analyses the policies, programming and funding patterns of the four largest public donors to HIV&AIDS: the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the President's Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR/US), the UK Department for International Development (DFID), and the World Bank, and UNAIDS (the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS).