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Submission on the Division of Revenue Bill, 2010

The AIDS Law Project (ALP) welcomes the opportunity to make this submission on the Division of Revenue Bill, 2010 (DORB)1 to the Select Committee on Appropriations (“the Committee”). Importantly, this is being done for the first time in terms of the Money Bills Amendment Procedure and Related Matters Act, 2009 (“the Money Bills Act”), which came into force on 16 April 2009. This submission is endorsed by the Public Service Accountability Monitor, the Treatment Action Campaign and the Rural Health Advocacy Project.

The ALP welcomes aspects of the 2010/2011

The AIDS Law Project (ALP) welcomes those aspects of the 2010/2011 budget that deal with health tabled by Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan on 17 February 2010.

BEMF 2nd meeting: The treatment guidelines and the ARV tender – 5 February 2010

BEMF 2nd meeting: The treatment guidelines and the ARV tender – 5 February 2010.
Presentations:

  • Introductory Notes – Nathan Geffen
  • The New Treatment Guidelines – Francois Venter
  • Procuring High Quality ARVs at Internationally Competitive Prices – Vishal Brinjlal
  • Legislative Framework for Procurement – Jonathan Berger

BEMF Inaugural meeting: 21 August 2009

BEMF Inaugural meeting: 21 August 2009
Presentations by:

  • Legal Implications of Failures in in Health Budgeting – Adila Hassim
  • Case Study: Budget Irregularities and Shortfalls in the Free State – Brian Honermann
  • Long Term Costs and Implications for Sustainable Budgeting – Susan Cleary
  • The Budget Process & Power Brokers: How to Influence It/Them – Alison Hickey Tshangana
  • National AIDS Spending Assessments – Nhlanhla Ndlovu
  • Tools for Community Monitoring of Budgets and Expenditures – Nhlanhla Ndlovu

Budget and Expenditure Monitoring Forum

The Budget and Expenditure Monitoring Forum (BEMF) is a group of civil society organisations that monitors the National Strategic Plan on HIV and AIDS 2007-2011 (better known as the NSP).