ReThinking Barriers to Accessing Antiretroviral Therapy: From Finance to Behaviour by Olivier Sterck
2 Jun 2016
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ReThinking Barriers to Accessing Antiretroviral Therapy: From Finance to Behaviour by Olivier Sterck

POST BY: RUSH Foundation

Despite the availability of free, effective treatment for HIV, more thanone million people die of AIDS every year in sub-Saharan Africa. Increasing antiretroviral treatment coverage is a necessity, from both a global health and a moral perspective (Collier et al. 2015). The need to increase treatment has implications for both the supply side and the demand side of treatment provision. Olivier Sterck blog May 2016

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THE FUTURE OF HIV FINANCING: Is HIV special? by Mthuli Ncube
23 Mar 2016
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THE FUTURE OF HIV FINANCING: Is HIV special? by Mthuli Ncube

POST BY: RUSH Foundation

The Oil price is hovering about $40 a barrel, having dropped from a high of $100 two years ago. This aptly paints a picture of the end of the commodity super-cycle. Other commodity prices such as copper, iron ore, etc., have fallen commensurately, and the continued economic slowdown in China can only buttress this down-turn in commodities. This has major implications on the ability of countries in Africa with a high HIV disease burden to...

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