• Aceso Global is supporting multi-stakeholder HIV sustainability and transition planning in Mauritius 
  • COVID-19 has raised new concerns that need to factor into the analysis and planning
  • The end product will be an actionable National HIV Sustainability and Transition Strategy and work plan

Aceso Global is supporting donor transition and sustainability planning for the HIV response in Mauritius. Working closely with government, donors and civil society, Aceso Global is assessing the country’s readiness to manage the transition away from Global Fund support for HIV, identifying gaps, challenges and opportunities for sustainability. The work necessarily considers the evolving impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the country’s health system, burden of disease and fiscal outlook, which may affect transition readiness. The analysis will provide inputs into a national Sustainability and Transition Strategy for HIV and accompanying work plan, collaboratively developed by Aceso Global, public sector institutions and partners in the HIV response. 

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Aceso Global has modified its traditional approach to transition and sustainability planning, including shifting to virtual engagement. Despite these changes, Aceso Global remains committed to ensuring broad and meaningful stakeholder engagement throughout the Strategy development to ensure that this remains an inclusive and country-led process.

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



Maureen Lewis

CEO & Founding Director

Jesse Heitner

Health Economist

Rafael Mazin

Senior Non-Resident Associate

Anna Bonfert

Health Economist

Alexander Csanadi


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