Joint reviews of national AIDS responses: a guidance paper
This Paper sets out the rationale for JointReviews. It underlines the principles that should govern these reviews, outlines their scope and objectives, and the links to other HIV-related review processes. Specifically, it offers broad guidance for planning, implementing, and following up on joint reviews that can beadapted and tailored to different contexts.
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