Survey of G7 Nations on HIV Spending in Developing Countries
Kaiser has prepared this survey of more than 7,000 people in G7 nations in advance of the Group of 8 meeting in Gleneagles, Scotland. Public opinion in the countries (Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Japan, and the United States) shows similarities among the nations on whether progress is being made on HIV/AIDS, if other countries are spending too little, and whether spending will lead to meaningful progress in slowing the epidemic.
The survey was originally presented at a meeting hosted by Kaiser, the Royal African Society, and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) at the Marlborough House in London, England on June 30, 2005. Select leaders and experts from different sectors (government, business, research and development) participated in the meeting to explore the long-term financing implications of the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
also of interest
- 2013 Survey of Americans on the U.S. Role in Global Health
- Pulling it Together: As The International AIDS Conference Convenes, Some Positive News About Public Opinion and HIV
- Pulling It Together: Bono, Jon Stewart and the HIV/AIDS Message
- A Brief Look at Americans' Perceptions of the Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic