Priority Setting and Resource Allocation

Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program resources are limited and need is severe. This heightens the responsibility of planning councils to use sound information and a rational decision-making process when deciding which services and other program categories are priorities (priority setting) and how much to fund them (resource allocation).

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Webinars and Training

Tools and Job Aids

Reports and Best Practices

Technical Assistance

  • Support for Part A and B recipients and their planning bodies around integrated HIV/AIDS planning efforts.

  • Building the capacity of RWHAP Part A Planning Councils/Planning Bodies to meet legislative requirements, strengthen consumer engagement, and increase planning involvement by community stakeholders/providers.