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Together with UNAIDS, R4D, and other partners, the South African Government will showcase the successes of its HIV program and highlight approaches to sustainably financing the epidemic response. Speakers will discuss evidence and policy initiatives on: • What to do: The South African Investment Case establishes a cost-effective mix of interventions for HIV and TB and proposes scale-up plans for prevention and treatment activities. • How much is spent: The Government, PEPFAR, and the Global Fund are jointly tracking and analysing their expenditure to facilitate a smooth transition of donor-supported programs. • Who pays in the future: The Government and partners are exploring different scenarios for more integrated HIV financing and their implications for the proposed NHI system. • Involving key constituencies: South Africa’s partners are seeking new ways to engage civil society to play a key role in the HIV response, as well as surveying new models for public-private partnerships.

18:30
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Welcoming Remarks
Mia Malan, Mail and Guardian, South Africa
18:40
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Opening Remarks
Robert Hecht, Results for Development Institute, United States
Slides
18:55
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Introduction of panelists
Mia Malan, Mail and Guardian, South Africa
19:00
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What to do: Enabling better policy design and decision-making with the HIV-TB Investment Case
Aaron Motsoaledi, Minister of Health, South Africa
19:09
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How much is spent: Strengthening planning and targeting through joint expenditure analysis
Deborah Birx, The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), United States
19:18
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Who pays: Sustaining HIV financing amid ambitious health reform and donor transition
Pravin Gordhan, Ministry of Finance, South Africa
19:27
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Who pays: Bolstering the TB response and catalysing HIV-TB integration
Mark Dybul, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Switzerland
19:36
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Involving key constituencies: Building critical partnerships with CSOs and the private sector
Michel Sidibe, UNAIDS, Switzerland
19:45
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Davos-style panel discussion
20:20
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Rapid-fire closing remarks