Elusive accountabilities in the HIV scale-up: 'ownership' as a functional tautology.

  title={Elusive accountabilities in the HIV scale-up: 'ownership' as a functional tautology.},
  author={Daniel E Esser},
  journal={Global public health},
  volume={9 1-2},
Mounting concerns over aid effectiveness have rendered 'ownership' a central concept in the vocabulary of development assistance for health (DAH). The article investigates the application of both 'national ownership' and 'country ownership' in the broader development discourse as well as more specifically in the context of internationally funded HIV/AIDS interventions. Based on comprehensive literature reviews, the research uncovers a multiplicity of definitions, most of which either divert… CONTINUE READING
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