LONG-TERM FINANCING NEEDS FOR HIV an article  published in the BMJ Open in March by Rifat Atun & colleagues
Innovative financing for HIV response

Innovative financing for HIV response

In 2015 around 15 million people living with HIV were receiving antiretroviral treatment (ART) in sub–Saharan Africa. Sustained provision of ART, though both prudent and necessary, creates substantial long–term fiscal obligations for countries affected by HIV/AIDS. As donor assistance for health remains constrained, novel financing mechanisms are needed to augment funding domestic sources. We explore how Innovative Financing has been used to co–finance domestic HIV/AIDS responses. Based on analysis of non–health sectors, we identify innovative financing instruments that could be used in the HIV response.

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What Does Sustainability Mean in the HIV and AIDS Response?

What Does Sustainability Mean in the HIV and AIDS Response?

This  article by Alan Whiteside of Balsillie School of International Affairs, Canada and University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa and Gemma Oberth of CSSR, University of Cape Town, South Africa is...

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OP-ED: DEATH SENTENCE TO DEBT SENTENCE

OP-ED: DEATH SENTENCE TO DEBT SENTENCE

This hot off the press article  by Paul Collier, Richard Manning & Olivier Sterck is published in Finance & Development magazine December 2015 Read here      

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OP-ED: AIDS RESPONSE NEEDS NEW VIGOUR

OP-ED: AIDS RESPONSE NEEDS NEW VIGOUR

This article by LSHTM researchers Anna Vassall and Michelle Remme with LSHTM director Peter Piot was published in the Financial Times on 30 November, 2012, and set out the case for RethinkHIV.

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OP-ED: STEP FORWARD THE ECONOMISTS

OP-ED: STEP FORWARD THE ECONOMISTS

This article was published in Health Diplomacy in June 2012, and reports on a RUSH-funded London workshop that led to the creation of the RethinkHIV consortium.

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