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The session addresses the need for increased investment in the response to AIDS along with greater attention to the use of funding for maximum impact. Target audiences include civil society advocates and decision makers. The audience will learn about key arguments to make the case for increased investment, issues to consider in order to improve the use of funding, and priorities for advocacy on resource mobilization. The session also discusses the use of innovative finance approaches and makes the case for joint HIV/TB investments.

11:00
FRSY0101
Introduction
David Wilson, The World Bank, United States

11:07
FRSY0102
Zimbabwe's efforts to increase domestic financing
Angela Mushavi, Ministry of Health and Child Welfare, Zimbabwe
11:14
FRSY0103
Making the investment case to donor country governments
Peter van Rooijen, International Civil Society Support (ICSS), Netherlands
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11:21
FRSY0104
Innovative finance approaches to increase domestic investment
Petchsri Sirinirund, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand
11:28
FRSY0105
20:20 Vision: Making new and old money work better
Kevin Osborne, International AIDS Society (IAS), Switzerland
11:35
FRSY0106
Interactive panel discussion
David Parirenyatwa, Minister of Health and Child Welfare, Zimbabwe
Peter van Rooijen, International Civil Society Support (ICSS), Netherlands
Petchsri Sirinirund, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand
Kevin Osborne, International AIDS Society (IAS), Switzerland
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12:15
FRSY0107
Q&A