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The World Bank s Commitment to HIV/AIDS in Africa: Our Agenda for Action 2007-2011 updates and refocuses the Bank s response to assist countries to achieve the sixth Millennium Development Goal, to help halt and begin to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS. This Agenda for Action is a road map for reaffirming the Bank s commitment to combating AIDS in Africa, moving from its initial emergency response to how it will contribute to a long-term, sustainable, multi-partner response. This book aims to assist countries to develop sustainable responses that are well integrated in national development agendas; accelerate implementation and close the implementation gap between available funding and the capacity to use it effectively; strengthen national and health systems, and improve donor coordination and learning. This Agenda for Action is the result of an extensive analytical and consultative process that included over 30 African partner countries and a wide range of external partners from U.N. agencies, multilateral and bilateral donors, community, faith-based and civil society organizations, research institutes, universities, the private sector, labor unions and youth, local and national governments, and people living with HIV/AIDS.

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