• Donors underwrite and provide technical assistance for much of Eswatini’s public health sector, including for the HIV, TB and malaria responses
  • Early planning can minimize financial and programmatic gaps after eventual donor withdrawal
  • Aceso Global is developing a national Sustainability Strategy for HIV, TB and Malaria jointly with a multi-sectoral coordination body

Aceso Global is working in Eswatini to develop a Sustainability Strategy for HIV, TB and Malaria to help the country begin planning early for eventual donor withdrawal. The project is being led by a high-level multi-sectoral committee sponsored by the Prime Minister’s Office with representatives from government, private sector, development partners and donors, and civil society. Based on in-depth analysis of the gaps, bottlenecks and opportunities for sustainability in the country, the Aceso Global team is serving as Technical Lead to jointly develop the Sustainability Strategy with the committee. This initiative promises to position Eswatini to successfully manage and adapt to future changes in donor support.

Support from: The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria


Maureen Lewis

CEO & Founding Director

Anna Bonfert

Health Economist

Rafael Mazin

Senior Non-Resident Associate

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