Washington DC: Centre for Economic Governance and AIDS in Africa, Results for Development Institute, 2010. 20 p.
Guthrie, Teresa
Ndlovu, Nhlanhla
Muhib, Faranza
Hecht, Robert
Case, Kelsey
The aids2031-South Africa project aimed to estimate the influence of several factors on the magnitude, nature, costs and impacts of the national response to HIV/AIDS in South Africa. The objectives of the study were to: undertake a review of availbale literaure on unit costs for HIV/AIDS internations in South Africa, and to develop a database of these for use in the costing; estimate the medium and long-term costs of the national response to AIDS under a series of scenarios, as well as their projected epidemiological impact; examine options for improved efficiency in resource allocation utilising a priority-setting tool; and prepare a report that consolidates the findings of the resource needs and prioritization in resource allocation.
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