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    National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) 2011

     
    Project ID: HI-003 Status: Completed

    Total HIV/AIDS expenditure in Sri Lanka during 2009 and 2010 is estimated at Rs.518 and 534 million respectively. The HIV/AIDS spending as a proportion to Total Health Expenditure (THE) in Sri Lanka was 0.32%(2009) and 0.29% (2010). Central government was the largest financing source, contributing 46% (2009) and 48% (2010), followed by donor agencies at 42% (2009) and 40% (2010). International non-profit institutions contributed 6% (2009) and 3%(2010). The pilot NASA exercise demonstrated that IHPs Sri Lanka Health Accounts system can be easily adapted also to track HIV/AIDS spending annually, as an extension to SLHAs annual tracking of overall health expenditure.

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    Start Date: Jun 2011
    End Date: Dec 2011
    Themes: HIV/AIDS
    Sponsor(s): Technical Support Facility South Asia
    Client: National STD/Aids Control Programme(NSACP)
    IHP Staff: RP Rannan-Eliya, Shanti Dalpadatu, Sanil De Alwis, Shanaz Saleem, Sarasi Amerasinghe, Ruwanthi Elwalagedara
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    Region: Asia
    Country(s): Sri Lanka
    Partner(s): UNAIDS
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