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Letter From Ambassador Randall L. Tobias, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator
I.   Executive Summary
           1. Strategic Guidance
           2. Summary
II.   The Global HIV/AIDS Emergency and the U.S. Response
           1. The Global HIV/AIDS Emergency: A Severe and Urgent Crisis
           2. President Bush’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief: The Hope of a New Approach
           3. Structure of the Strategic Plan
III.   Engendering Bold Leadership
IV.   Critical Interventions in the Focus Countries: Prevention
V.   Critical Interventions in the Focus Countries: Treatment
VI.   Critical Interventions in the Focus Countries: Care
           1. Palliative Care
           2. Care for Orphans and Vulnerable Children
VII.   Strengthening Bilateral HIV/AIDS Program
VIII.   Strengthening Multilateral Actions
IX.   Implementation and Management
X.   Supportive Interventions for U.S. Government Programs
           1. Supply Chain Management
           2. Evidence-Based Programs
           3. Public-Private Partnerships
  XI.   Appendices
           A. Human Resource Capacity
           B. Human Papilloma Virus in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Impact of CondomUse on Its Spread
           C. Core Expertise of U.S. Government Agencies With Existing International HIV/AIDS Programs
           D. The Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief: USG Contributionsto Global HIV/AIDS, TB, and Malaria, FY 2003-2005
           E. Focus Country HIV/AIDS Profile Information
           F. U.S. Government HIV/AIDS Bilateral Programs of the President’sEmergency Plan for AIDS Relief
           G. The Emergency Plan’s Program-Level Monitoring Framework
           H. Summary of HHS Research Strategy
           I.  USAID’s HIV/AIDS Research Strategy
           J.  Summary of Testimony and Recommendations Received 12/18/03 at thePACHA Townhall Meeting
           K. Acronyms

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