Building innovative partnership for HIV/AIDS: "walk the talk"

OUTPUT TYPE: Conference or seminar papers
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2007
TITLE AUTHOR(S): O.Shisana
KEYWORDS: AFRICA, GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBILITY, HIV/AIDS, HIV/AIDS PREVENTION, ORPHANS, STRATEGIC PLANNING
DEPARTMENT: Social Aspects of Public Health (SAPH), Office of the CEO (ERM), Office of the CEO (OCEO), Office of the CEO (IL), Office of the CEO (BS), Office of the CEO (IA)
Intranet: HSRC Library: shelf number 4521

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Abstract

African governments have made commitments to manage HIV/AIDS effectively. They have made these commitments in the African continent and abroad, at times even pledging to achieve specific measurable targets. This makes it possible to verify achievements of targets. However, to succeed they need to work closely with all sectors of society, ensuring that the brightest minds, most energetic people and enthusiastic service providers are brought together to draw up and implement national strategic plans.