This article, by J. Hontelez, A.Y. Chang, O. Ogbuoji, S.J. de Vlas, T. Bärnighausen & R. Atun was published in AIDS, September 2016 Changing HIV treatment eligibility under…read more
This article by Olivier Sterck, Max Rosen, Mthuli Ncube and Stefan Thewissen was published in Oxford Academic’s ‘Health Policy & Planning’ on 15 February 2017 Allocation of development assistance for...read more
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Research by Judith Kabajulizi and Professor Mthuli Ncube of Blavatnik School of Government, funded by the RUSH Foundation, examines the economic impacts of HIV.read more
RethinkHIV is a consortium of senior researchers from London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, Imperial College London, Harvard School of Public Health, Centre for the Study of African Economies and Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University.
The consortium will evaluate new evidence related to the costs, benefits, effects, fiscal implications, and developmental impacts of HIV interventions in sub-Saharan Africa, in order to maximise contributions to the fight against HIV there.
The aim of RethinkHIV is to find ways of creating, optimising, and sustaining fiscal space for domestic HIV investment, as well as exploring long-term, sustainable national and international financing mechanisms. RethinkHIV is funded by RUSH Foundation.