HIV/AIDS Funds Managed by NCHADS
Source
Title
Start date
End date
Amount (millions)
ADB-CDC/GMS Regional Communicable Diseases Control Project for the GMS
July 2006
December 2009
$0.56
CDC-GAP "Expansion of HIV/AIDS/STD Prevention in Cambodia"
August 2002
July 2008
$6.00
DFID "Strengthening Cambodia's Response to HIV/AIDS"
July 2003
June 2008
$6.50
EU "Increasing the Relevance and Effectiveness of HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care among Youth through a Cambodia-Thailand Partnership"
July 2004
June 2007
$1.67
University of New South Wales/Roche "Cambodia Treatment Access Project"
October 2003
September 2007
$2.00
World Bank Grant TF H016 KH
February 2003
January 2007
$2.00
Clinton Foundation CF HIV/AIDS Initiative
2005
2008
$0.50
WHO "Development of a Data Management system for M&E for NCHADS"
2005
2007
$0.30
AHF AIDS Healthcare Foundation
2006
2009
$0.10
GFATM Round 1
August 2003
August 2006
$2.29
GFATM Round 2
December 2003
December 2007
$1.49
GFATM Round 4
September 2005
August 2009
$20.06
GFATM Round 5*
2006
2010
$3.24
GFATM Round 6 - proposal
2008
2012
$27.19
    Total
$73.90
* GFATM Round 5 Grant Agreement signed yet with PR but not with NCHADS yet.

Work Plan 2006 - Funding sources
Source
Amount
%
DFID
$1,978,419
14%
GFATM/NCHADS
$2,608,923
19%
GFATM/PSF
$17,600
0%
CDC
$988,678
7%
ADB-CDC
$97,204
1%
WB
$500,000
4%
FHI
$75,000
1%
EUROPAID
$687,175
5%
ITM
$33,840
0%
WHO
$75,480
1%
CHAI
$221,600
2%
CTAP
$16,440
0%
UNSW
$744,377
5%
AusAID
$187,559
1%
UNICEF
$24,300
0%
AHF
$41,175
0%
47 NGOs In Provinces
$5,287,640
38%
National Budget
$398,792
3%
GRAND TOTAL
$13,984,202
100%

The Culture of Partnership: NCHADS Operational Partners

Over the last few years, NCHADS has developed a culture of 'good partnership. Aproximately 85 NGOs, both local and International, and more than 20 bilateral, multilaterial, academic, and private donors work on, and support the programme responding to HIV/AIDS prevention and care in Cambodia. With careful coordination and collaborations.

A formal mechanism has been introduced, whereby partners with NCHADS develop Letters of Agreement (LoAs) which are jointly signed, laying out cooperative agreements for collaboration. These are then reflected in the Annual Comprehensive Work Plan NCHADS develops, which reflects all budget sources. The table shows the partners with whom NCHADS has signed LoAs.