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Case Studies | November 28, 2011

The AIDSRelief Rwanda Partnership

Transitioning to the Ministry of Health

This case study documents the transition of AIDSRelief responsibility for overall management of a large antiretroviral treatment program to the Rwanda Ministry of Health. It is hoped that the Rwanda case study will contribute to the learning of other countries, working in AIDSRelief or other programs, as they embark on the road to transition.


  • Acronyms

  • Introduction

  • Background

  • Partnership and Capacity Strengthening for Change

  • Developing and Actualizing a Shared Vision

  • Commitment to Transition

  • Meaningful Partnerships and Right Relationships

  • Conclusion

  • CRS Partnership Principles