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2 Equitable share grants to provinces The majority of government HIV/AIDS expenditure is channelled through a block grant directly from the National Treasury to provincial governments in the form of an equitable share grant, which allows for ring-fenced HIV-related spending at provincial level. 3 Conditional grants In 2001 the South African government introduced conditional grants, which are special budgetary allocations to provincial departments from the National Treasury to fund specific programme activities (Martin 2003:30).

10 Civil society organisations As countries respond to the pandemic, an array of new institutions has emerged, including national AIDS commissions to coordinate responses and NGOs as providers of services. Whilst these organisations attract funding, they are still in the process of developing and testing the efficacy of their oversight and monitoring mechanisms. With hundreds of organisations receiving funding via both national and provincial departments to operate as delivery institutions for HIV/AIDS-related activities, it is essential that they be subject to stringent and transparent accountability mechanisms.

2 Equitable share grants to provinces The majority of government HIV/AIDS expenditure is channelled through a block grant directly from the National Treasury to provincial governments in the form of an equitable share grant, which allows for ring-fenced HIV-related spending at provincial level. 3 Conditional grants In 2001 the South African government introduced conditional grants, which are special budgetary allocations to provincial departments from the National Treasury to fund specific programme activities (Martin 2003:30).

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