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Madagascar - Second Multisectoral STI/HIV/AIDS Prevention Project (Banque Mondiale - 2005)

Madagascar - Second Multisectoral STI/HIV/AIDS Prevention Project (Banque Mondiale - 2005)

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The Second Multisectoral STI/HIV/AIDS Prevention Project aims at supporting the Government of Madagascar's efforts to promote a multi-sectoral response to the HIV/AIDS crisis and to contain the spread of HIV/AIDS on its territory. The project consists of the following components and sub-components. (i) Harmonization, donor coordination, and strategies: a) harmonization and donor coordination; b) updating of the national strategic plan; c) implementing the STI/HN/AIDS communications strategy and action plan; and d) sector strategies and action plans. (ii) Support for health sector response: a) support for STI control; b) support for care and treatment of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs); and c) other health sector response activities. (iii) Fund for STmIV/AIDS prevention and care-taking activities (FAP): a) sub-projects; b) fund management. (iv) Monitoring and evaluation: a) monitoring; b) epidemiological data collection; and c) impact studies/evaluation. (v) Project management and capacity building.
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Banque Mondiale - 2005
The Second Multisectoral STI/HIV/AIDS Prevention Project aims at supporting the Government of Madagascar's efforts to promote a multi-sectoral response to the HIV/AIDS crisis and to contain the spread of HIV/AIDS on its territory. The project consists of the following components and sub-components. (i) Harmonization, donor coordination, and strategies: a) harmonization and donor coordination; b) updating of the national strategic plan; c) implementing the STI/HN/AIDS communications strategy and action plan; and d) sector strategies and action plans. (ii) Support for health sector response: a) support for STI control; b) support for care and treatment of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs); and c) other health sector response activities. (iii) Fund for STmIV/AIDS prevention and care-taking activities (FAP): a) sub-projects; b) fund management. (iv) Monitoring and evaluation: a) monitoring; b) epidemiological data collection; and c) impact studies/evaluation. (v) Project management and capacity building.
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Banque Mondiale - 2005

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Document
of
The World
Bank
FOR OFFICIAL
USE
ONLY
Report
No:
323
19-MG
PROJECT APPRAISAL DOCUMENTON APROPOSED CREDIT
IN
THE AMOUNTOF
SDR
20.2
MILLION
(USD30
MILLION EQUIVALENT)TO THEREPUBLICOFMADAGASCARFOR
A
SECOND MULTISECTORAL STI/HIV/AIDS PREVENTION PROJECTJune
13,2005
Human
Development
111
Country
Department
8
Africa RegionThis document has a restricted distribution and
may
be used
by
recipients
only
in
the
performance
of
heir
official duties.
Its
contents
may
not
otherwise
be
disclosed without WorldBank authorization.
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CURRENCY EQUIVALENTS
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Evaluation
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Nankani
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Managermirector: James BondSector Manager:
Laura
Frigenti
Task
Team Leader: Nadine
T.
Poupart
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CONTENTSPageSTRATEGIC CONTEXT
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RATIONALE
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Country and sector
issues
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8Strategic alignment
with
CAS. PRSP. and the health sector
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10Rationale for
Bank
involvement
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11Eligibility
for Repeater Status
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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
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Lending instrument
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Project development objective and
key
indicators
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14Project components
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Lessons learned
and
reflected
in
the
project design
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Alternatives considered and reasons
for
rejection
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IMPLEMENTATION
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Partnership
arrangements: Progress towards the “Three Ones”
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Institutional and ImplementationArrangements
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Monitoring
and
evaluation
of
outcomes/results
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21Sustainability
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Critical
risks
and
possible controversial aspects
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22Loadcredit conditions and covenants
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APPRAISAL SUMMARY
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Economic and financial analyses
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23Technical
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24Fiduciary
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Social
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Environment
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27Safeguard policies
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27Policy Exceptions and Readiness
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document has a restricted distribution and may
be
used by recipients only
in
the
performance of
their
official
duties
.
ts
contents may not be otherwise disclosed.without World Bank authorization
.

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