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Zambias HIV Response : Prioritised and Strategic Allocation of HIV Resources for Impact and Sustainability

CHILD DELIVERY EMERGENCY PLAN CHILD HEALTH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SEX WORKERS ECONOMIC GROWTH RESOURCE ALLOCATIONS DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PEOPLE MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION BISEXUAL INTERCOURSE ANTENATAL CARE HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS SEX WORK PREVENTION LAWS URBAN SETTLEMENTS SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR PREMATURE DEATH SYPHILIS COMMUNITY HEALTH RESOURCE ALLOCATION LEADING CAUSES NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT DRUGS HEALTH CARE DEATH SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS DEATH RATE UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND HEALTH FAMILY PLANNING METHODS EPIDEMIC BEHAVIOUR CHANGE ADULT POPULATION POPULATION FUND HYPERTENSION NUMBER OF PEOPLE VULNERABILITY POPULATION SIZE HEALTH FACILITIES MULTIPLE PARTNERS COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE PUBLIC HEALTH HEALTH SECTOR KNOWLEDGE DISABILITIES DIABETES EXERCISES NATIONAL AIDS DISEASES AIDS RELIEF CAUSES OF DEATH OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PATIENTS PATIENT RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS SMOKING INTERVENTION DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES AGING NURSES FERTILITY RATE MIGRATION STIS PROPHYLAXIS NATURAL DISASTERS VIOLENCE HIV INFECTION PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM MODERN FAMILY PLANNING METHODS NUMBER OF NEW INFECTIONS DISASTERS CONDOM USE MARRIAGE RISK OF PREGNANCY SEXUAL INTERCOURSE TUBERCULOSIS BASIC HUMAN RIGHTS SCREENING DEMOGRAPHIC GROWTH BIRTH RATE SERVICE DELIVERY GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT MORTALITY ADOLESCENT BOYS ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES FINANCIAL COMMITMENTS COUNSELLING CANCER PROGRESS PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES VOLUNTARY COUNSELLING UNIONS SAME SEX DOMESTIC EXPENDITURE AIDS DEATHS HOUSEHOLD LEVEL MOTHER-TO-CHILD INFANT YOUNG MEN HEALTH IMPACT WORKERS POLICIES NATIONAL STRATEGY AGED SOCIAL SERVICES LOW-INCOME COUNTRY HIV OLDER AGE GROUPS SEX WITH MEN IMMUNODEFICIENCY WOMAN POLICY MAKERS PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURE HEALTH POLICY VULNERABLE GROUPS HEALTH OUTCOMES UNIVERSAL ACCESS CHLAMYDIA HYGIENE POPULATION DENSITY URBAN AREAS FEMALE CONDOMS FAMILY PLANNING POPULATION COUNCIL NUTRITION MEASLES POPULATIONS MOTHER MALARIA ADOLESCENTS FINANCIAL COMMITMENT SERVICES FOR PEOPLE POLICY PRIMARY HEALTH CARE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION UNPROTECTED SEXUAL INTERCOURSE RISK FACTORS NEW INFECTIONS SEX GOVERNMENT POLICIES COMMUNICABLE DISEASES HUMAN RIGHTS PREGNANT WOMEN MODERN FAMILY PLANNING OBESITY CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES GOVERNMENT AGENCIES CHILDREN MODERN FAMILY SEX WORKER HEALTH PROVIDERS CONDOM DISABILITY METHADONE MOTHER TO CHILD FIRST MARRIAGE YOUNG PEOPLE POPULATION DEBT FORGIVENESS UNFPA STRATEGY EPIDEMIOLOGY FERTILITY OLDER ADULTS FAMILIES WOMEN MEDICINES HIV INFECTIONS RESOURCE NEEDS HOSPITALS CIRCUMCISION AIDS POST-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION PREGNANCY ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION CONDOMS BREASTFEEDING
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Washington, DC
Africa | Zambia
2015-06-30T15:12:32Z | 2015-06-30T15:12:32Z | 2015-01

This report summarizes findings from an allocative efficiency and financial commitment analysis conducted for the Government of Zambia by the World Bank and the University of New South Wales. It uses Optima, a mathematical model of HIV transmission and disease progression. Optima is a population-based and flexible model, which provides a formal method of optimization and determines optimal allocations of HIV resources across numerous HIV programs, target populations, and funding levels. It also provides epidemic, investment scenario and financial commitment analysis.

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