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Salud Pública de México

versión impresa ISSN 0036-3634


RODRIGUEZ-GARCIA, Rosalía  y  ROSENBERG, Hernán. An application of the strategy results cycle to HIV/AIDS strategic planning in Latin America. Salud pública Méx [online]. 2013, vol.55, suppl.1, pp.S7-S14. ISSN 0036-3634.

OBJECTIVE: To describe the Strategy Results Cycle (SRC), a model that approaches planning as an ongoing cycle of seven phases that continually responds and adapts to existing evidence. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Reliable sources were used for the preparation of databases and expenditure-costing data for resources needs analysis. The planning process 6-9 months to complete a national strategic plan that was informed by evidence, focused on results and costed. RESULTS: Knowledge transfer facilitated national leadership and stakeholders' participation. Between 2007 and 2011, 13 of 16 countries adopted the Strategy Results Cycle model. The evidence supported the identification of results and the expenditure-costing analysis improved budget allocation efficiency. CONCLUSION: The SRC facilitated purposeful participation and added value to previous planning approaches by connecting "thinking" and "doing" which resulted in national strategic plans that are designed by stakeholders, relevant to local conditions, and can guide implementation and resource mobilization.

Palabras llave : planning models; evidence; strategic planning; strategy results; HIV/AIDS; Latin America.

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