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Donor-State-Civil Society Interaction and Sustainability of Primary Healthcare, HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis Programs in Armenia and Kyrgyzstan

Version 1.0, published: June 15, 2021

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Gulnaz Isabekova


Main category: Social policy
Gulnaz Isabekova (2021): Donor-State-Civil Society Interaction and Sustainability of Primary Healthcare, HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis Programs in Armenia and Kyrgyzstan, v. 1.0, Discuss Data, <doi:10.48320/DDA2C3C3-5150-4FA4-8959-F8E587A22BE8>.

Description

This is a description of a dataset of 97 semi-structured interviews conducted between 2016 and 2018 with representatives of the state, international, and civil society organizations working on primary healthcare, HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis programs in Armenia and Kyrgyzstan. The interviews aimed to map the leading stakeholders and their interaction with each other. They also supported the sustainability assessment of the primary healthcare, HIV/AIDS, and tuberculosis programs implemented in the two countries. The majority of interviews were conducted in Yerevan and Bishkek in Russian (55), English (32), and Kyrgyz (10) languages.

Countries

Armenia Kyrgyzstan

Keywords

Sustainability Health Aid Tuberculosis Hiv/Aids Interaction Primary Healthcare Projects

Language of data

English Kyrgyz Russian

Disciplines

Public Health

Methods of data collection

Semi-Structured Interviews

Methods of data analysis

Content Analysis