Table 4 - FY 2010 Budgetary Requirements Summary


 

Program Area

Budget Code

Total Approved Funding

 

(in millions)

 

PMTCT

MTCT

PMTCT

$313.3

 

Sexual Prevention

HVAB

Abstinence and Fidelity

$187.9

 

HVOP

Other Prevention

$267.9

 

Biomedical Prevention

CIRC

Male Circumcision

$70.9

 

HMIN

Injection Safety

$23.6

 

HMBL

Blood Safety

$53.5

 

IDUP

Injecting and non-Injecting Drug Use

$23.8

 

Counseling and Testing

HVCT

Counseling and Testing

$201.6

 

Adult Care and Treatment

HTXS

Adult Treatment

$659.1

 

HBHC

Adult Care and Support

$325.2

 

Pediatric Care and Treatment

PDCS

Pediatric Care and Support

$51.2

 

PDTX

Pediatric Treatment

$105.4

 

TB/HIV

HVTB

TB/HIV

$137.1

 

OVC

HKID

Orphans and Vulnerable Children

$327.9

 

ARV Drugs

HTXD

ARV Drugs

$371.0

 

Laboratory Infrastructure

HLAB

Laboratory Strengthening

$190.9

 

Strategic Information

HVSI

Strategic Information

$170.4

 

Health Systems Strengthening

OHSS

Health Systems Strengthening

$330.7

 

Management & Operations

M&O

Management and Operations

$364.3

 

Subtotal: Prevention, Treatment and Care

$3,119.3

 

Total: All Program Areas

$4,175.6

 
         

% OVC

11%

 

• OVC budgetary requirement ≥ 10%: (HKID) / (Subtotal, Prevention, Treatment and Care)

 

% Care and Treatment for PLWHA

53%

 

• Care & Treatment budgetary requirement ≥ 50%: (HBHC + HTXS + PDCS + PDTX + HVTB + HTXD) /
(Subtotal, Prevention, Treatment and Care)

 
 

Chart explanation: The chart above reflects the budgetary requirements set out in P.L. 110-293 “Tom Lantos and Henry J. Hyde United States Global Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Reauthorization Act of 2008”: at least 10% of prevention, care and treatment funding to support orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) and at least 50% of funding for treatment and care of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA).

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