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Niger's HIV Response : Targeted Investments for a Healthy Future

ADULT POPULATION AGE GROUPS AGED AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AID AIDS CARE AIDS DEATHS AIDS MORBIDITY AIDS MORTALITY AIDS SPENDING ANEMIA ANTENATAL CARE ANTENATAL SERVICES BABY BEHAVIOR CHANGE BIOLOGICAL VULNERABILITY BISEXUAL BLEEDING BREASTFEEDING BURDEN OF DISEASE C SECTION CAPACITY BUILDING CELL COUNT CHILD HEALTH CHILD-TRANSMISSION CIRCUMCISION CLINICS COMMUNICABLE DISEASES COMMUNITY HEALTH CONDOM CONDOM PROMOTION CONDOMS CULTURAL PRACTICE DEMOGRAPHIC GROWTH DEVELOPING COUNTRIES DEVELOPMENT POLICY DIARRHEA DIARRHEAL DISEASES DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION DISEASE BURDEN DRINKING WATER DRUG ADHERENCE DRUG COSTS DRUGS ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES EFFECTIVE USE EPIDEMIC EPIDEMICS EPIDEMIOLOGICAL DATA EPIDEMIOLOGY FAMILIES FAMILY PLANNING FAMILY SUPPORT FEMALE FEMALE SEX WORKERS FEMALES FERTILITY FEWER BIRTHS FINANCIAL COMMITMENT FIRST CHILD FOOD INSECURITY FOOD SECURITY FOOD SHORTAGES GENITAL MUTILATION GLOBAL HEALTH GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROSS NATIONAL INCOME GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS HEALTH FACILITIES HEALTH INITIATIVES HEALTH INTERVENTIONS HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH PROFESSIONAL HEALTH PROVIDERS HEALTH SECTOR HEALTH SERVICE HEALTH SERVICES HEALTH SYSTEM HEALTH SYSTEMS HEALTH WORKERS HEALTH-SEEKING BEHAVIOR HEAVILY INDEBTED POOR COUNTRIES INITIATIVE HERPES HIV HIV INFECTION HIV INFECTIONS HIV POSITIVE HIV PREVENTION HIV TESTING HIV/AIDS HOSPITALS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HYGIENE INFANT INFANT HEALTH INFECTIOUS DISEASES INFORMED CONSENT INFRASTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS INTERVENTION IRON LABOR MIGRANTS LEADING CAUSES LIFE EXPECTANCY LITERACY RATES LIVING CONDITIONS MALARIA MALE CIRCUMCISION MALE SEX MALNUTRITION MATERNAL CAUSES MATERNAL HEALTH MEASLES MEDICAL RECORD MENINGITIS MIGRANT MIGRANTS MIGRATION MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL MORBIDITY MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY MORTALITY MOTHER MOTHER-TO-CHILD MOTHER-TO-CHILD HIV TRANSMISSION MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION NATIONAL AIDS NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL PRIORITIES NEONATAL HEALTH NEW INFECTIONS NEWBORN NUMBER OF AIDS DEATHS NUMBER OF PEOPLE NUTRITION OFFICIAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE ORPHAN OUTREACH ACTIVITIES PATIENT PATIENTS POLICY BRIEF POLITICAL PARTIES POOR HEALTH POPULATION GROUPS POPULATION GROWTH POST-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS PREGNANCY PREGNANT MOTHERS PREGNANT WOMEN PREVALENCE PREVENTION EFFORTS PREVENTION OF MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION PRISONS PROGRESS PROSTITUTION PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM PURCHASING POWER PURCHASING POWER PARITY QUALITY SERVICES RADIO RATES OF INFECTION REAGENTS REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH INTERVENTIONS RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE ALLOCATIONS RESOURCE NEEDS RESOURCE STREAMS RISK BEHAVIORS RISK FACTORS RISK POPULATIONS RURAL AREAS RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL WOMEN SANITATION SCHOOL ENROLMENT SCREENING SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL SERVICE AREAS SERVICE PROVISION SEX SEX INDUSTRY SEX WITH MEN SEX WORK SEX WORKER SEX WORKERS SEXUAL BEHAVIOR SEXUAL NETWORKS SEXUAL RISK SEXUAL RISK BEHAVIORS SEXUAL VIOLENCE SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTION SM SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL HEALTH INSURANCE SOCIAL MARKETING SOCIAL SECTOR SPECIALIST SPOUSES SUSTAINABLE ACCESS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TB TELEVISION TETANUS THERAPY TREATMENT TUBERCULOSIS UNAIDS UNPROTECTED SEXUAL ACTS URBAN AREAS URBAN CENTERS URBAN DEVELOPMENT URBAN POPULATION URBAN POPULATIONS URBAN WOMEN URBANIZATION VERTICAL TRANSMISSION VICIOUS CYCLE VIOLENCE VIRAL LOAD VULNERABILITY VULNERABLE CHILDREN WASTE WOMAN WORKERS WORKING CONDITIONS WORKPLACE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Niger
2014-12-02T20:29:03Z | 2014-12-02T20:29:03Z | 2014-06

The main objective of the study is to provide a comprehensive analysis of HIV and health financing needs, investment opportunities, and health system development in the context of the Government of Niger's HIV National Strategic Plan (NSP) 2013-17. The analysis provides support for HIV policy decision-making, investment scenarios and programmatic targeting and prioritization. In addition, the analysis helps Niger build the case for HIV and health impact investment including delivering estimates of health care savings as a result of these investments. The analysis was implemented by the World Bank in collaboration with UNAIDS from a request for analytical support from the Government of Niger. The study involved a desk review of HIV- and health-related evidence, epidemic trends and financial modeling. The Optima model (formerly Prevtool) was used to estimate optimal resource allocation during the NSP, and the impact and cost-effectiveness of past HIV investments. A financial commitment framework was used to estimate longer-term costs and savings of the HIV program and the fiscal dimension of HIV in Niger.

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