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HIV scale-up and the politics of global health

Author: Kenworthy, Nora J; Parker, Richard; Nora J Kenworthy; Richard Parker
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge 2015.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenworthy, Nora J; Parker, Richard; Nora J Kenworthy; Richard Parker
ISBN: 9781138843189 1138843180
OCLC Number: 886492363
Description: ix, 255 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction: HIV scale-up and the politics of global health 2. 'All they do is pray': Community labour and the narrowing of 'care' during Mozambique's HIV scale-up 3. Participation, decentralisation and deja vu: Remaking democracy in response to AIDS? 4. Elusive accountabilities in the HIV scale-up: 'Ownership' as a functional tautology 5. Evidence and AIDS activism: HIV scale-up and the contemporary politics of knowledge in global public health 6. Up-scaling expectations among Pakistan's HIV bureaucrats: Entrepreneurs of the self and job precariousness post-scale-up 7. HIV testing as prevention among MSM in China: The business of scaling-up 8. Bringing the state back in: Understanding and validating measures of governments' political commitment to HIV 9. 'Low-hanging fruit': Counting and accounting for children in PEPFAR-funded HIV/AIDS programmes in South Africa 10. Towards the embodiment of biosocial resistance? How to account for the unexpected effects of antiretroviral scale-up in the Central African Republic 11. Meaningful change or more of the same? The Global Fund's new funding model and the politics of HIV scale-up 12. After the Global Fund: Who can sustain the HIV/AIDS response in Peru and how? 13. Confronting 'scale-down': Assessing Namibia's human resource strategies in the context of decreased HIV/AIDS funding 14. HIV scale-up in Mozambique: Exceptionalism, normalisation and global health 15. AIDS policy responsiveness in Africa: Evidence from opinion surveys
Responsibility: edited by Nora J. Kenworthy and Richard Parker.

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