Thailand – FY 2010 Approved Funding by Program Area, Agency and Funding Source*
*Only appropriations from the GHCS (State) fund account are notified by the Global AIDS Coordinator.
USG support for HIV programming in Thailand focuses on building sustainability and strengthening government ownership and coordination. This is achieved primarily through the provision of TA to the Royal Thai Government (RTG) and local civil society organizations. Specifically the USG develops model programs and facilitates their integration into routine health systems funded by the RTG or other external support like the Global Fund. Once the models have successfully been transitioned, USG support addresses new areas.
With FY 2010 funds, the USG will continue to provide TA to improve the quality and sustainability of MARPs programming, particularly for MSM. The focus will be on building capacity and providing models that are evidence-based, highly targeted and non-discriminatory. In addition, USG will support promotion of policy change geared to strengthen the public health response.
USG will use FY 2010 funds to support the development of sustainable approaches to quality systems for HIV care and treatment, improve service delivery, build human capacity, improve M&E and information systems, and implement quality improvement programs for clinical and laboratory services.
With FY 2010 funds the USG will also provide TA to the RTG to test new approaches to surveillance approaches and will support the process for developing a unified M&E system.
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