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Goals and Objectives of the Accelerate Initiative The goal of the Accelerate Initiative Working Group is to help countries in Sub-Saharan Africa to accelerate their education sector responses to HIV/AIDS. “Accelerate” means both to quicken something that is already in motion and to hasten into motion something that is initially stationary. In support of this goal, the Accelerate Initiative Working Group identified the following five objectives: 1. To promote leadership by the education sector and create sectoral demand for a response to HIV/AIDS 2.
2. Health education—Africa, Sub-Saharan. I. Bundy, Donald A. P. II. World Bank. [DNLM: 1. HIV Infections—prevention & control—Africa South of the Sahara. 2. Government Programs—Africa South of the Sahara. 3. Health Education—organization & administration—Africa South of the Sahara. 4. Health Promotion—organization & administration—Africa South of the Sahara. 5. International Cooperation—Africa South of the Sahara. 196’979200967—dc22 2009015198 Contents Preface ix Foreword xi Acknowledgments xiii Abbreviations and Acronyms xxiii Overview xxvii Introduction 1 Background to the Accelerate Initiative 3 Goals and Objectives of the Accelerate Initiative 4 Implementation of the Accelerate Initiative 5 The Evolution of the Accelerate Initiative 6 Review of the Accelerate Initiative: Five Years On 7 1.
An important aspect of this approach is that it is demand driven. The development partners contributing to the Accelerate Initiative have provided technical assistance, documentation, and other technical input, but the participating government teams are responsible for identifying resources to cover most of their own participation costs. In many cases, education teams have sought these resources from national AIDS authorities, with positive consequences reviewed under Objective 3.