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Table 1 The Dissemination of “Reviewing ‘Emergencies’ for Swaziland”, July 2007 to April 2008

From: The impact of HIV and AIDS research: a case study from Swaziland

  Presentation of ‘Reviewing ‘Emergencies’ for Swaziland’
Month Government Donors NGOs Institutes of Education Business
Jul - Sep 2007 Drafts circulated for comment to UNAIDS and US Government among others. In August some of the content exposed to NERCHA AGM which is attended by many local stakeholders and donors
Oct 2007   SIDA Reference Group, Lusaka    
   World Bank, including Vice President of the World Bank    
Nov 2007 Cabinet and Principle Secretaries in Swaziland OCHA/RIASCO, Johannesburg    
Dec 2007 Parliamentary Portfolio Committees for PM's Office and Health    HIV/AIDS and Development. A Case Study from Swaziland AIID Workshop, Amsterdam  
  Swaziland Partnership Forum on HIV/AIDS     
Feb 2008 NERCHA Council AIDS and Development: The case of Swaziland’ Rockefeller Brothers Foundation, Cape Town Church Forum, Swaziland   
Mar 2008   The Donor Forum, Swaziland The AIDS, Development Emergency, Conundrum: A Case Study of Swaziland’ Medicine Sans Frontiers, Brussels The AIDS, Development Emergency, Conundrum: A Case Study of Swaziland’ Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp Royal Swazi Sugar Company and surrounding companies
Apr 2008   April ‘AIDS impact on economic and other development indicators: the case of Swaziland’ UNAIDS Meeting ‘Rethinking Emergencies: Swaziland a Case Study’, Population Council Seminar New York ‘Rethinking Emergencies: Swaziland a Case Study’, Harvard School of Public Health Seminar, Cambridge MA USA Federation of Employers and Chamber of Commerce
   Executive Director of the Global Fund and delegation ‘Rethinking Emergencies: Swaziland a Case Study’ IFPRI, Washington ‘Rethinking Emergencies: Swaziland a Case Study’ South African Reading Group, New York Law School, New York  
  1. Presentations in bold were conducted by Dr. Derek Von Wissell, Director of NERCHA, and those in italics by Professor Alan Whiteside of HEARD.