The World Bank pioneered global HIV and AIDS financing early in the emergency and remains committed to achieving Millennium Development Goal 6, to halt by 2015 and begin to reverse the spread of HIV and AIDS, through prevention, care, treatment, and mitigation services for those affected by HIV and AIDS.
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Ratings for the Tuberculosis (TB) and
HIV/AIDS Control Project for Ukraine were as follows:
outcomes were unsatisfactory, the risk to development
outcome was substantial,... Show More + Bank performance was
unsatisfactory, and Borrower performance was also
unsatisfactory. Some lessons learned included: sustained
commitment of senior management/officials to long-term
project goals and to providing strong support for the
operation is essential to maintain momentum. Sustained
consistency of messages should be maintained at all times.
Agreements made should be honored in order to avoid
confusion and unnecessary wasting of time and resources.
This includes adherence to mutually agreed deadlines and
plans. Bridge financing should be built in to avoid
disruptions in staffing (between Board approval and
effectiveness) particularly in countries with known long
delays in effectiveness. Agreements on major project
issues/activities must be detailed and documented with
precision so as to avoid any mis-interpretation later on.
When there are several distinct implementing agencies with
clearly different degrees of commitment and readiness at
appraisal, it is prudent that fiduciary functions and the
designated accounts for these agencies are not placed in
either one of the agencies. Otherwise, implementation in one
agency is totally dependent on the other. Show Less -
Date: December 28, 2009
Document Type: Implementation Completion and Results Report