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This series of reports emerged from a nine-month study of the human resources and HIV/AIDS situation in Rwanda. The purpose of the study was to assist the Government of Rwanda to determine how many staff, or what types and at what costs would be required to meet HIV/AIDS service delivery goals. The study documents include a Summary Report, containing highlights of study findings and recommendations; Phase 1 Report, documenting the national human resources situation; Phase 2 Report, detailing findings of sample site data collection at 20 different facilities across Rwanda; and Phase 3 Report, presenting analysis of staffing requirements and scenarios for HIV/AIDS scale-up.
Published in 2005 under USAID Quality Assurance project.