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Benefits of Schooling as HIV Investment – Vassall, Remme, Watts
2 Oct 2015
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Benefits of Schooling as HIV Investment – Vassall, Remme, Watts

POST BY: RUSH Foundation

In a letter to the Lancet Global Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine researchers Professor Charlotte Watts, Dr. Anna Vassall and Michelle Remme write that secondary schooling “might be as good an HIV investment as male circumcision. The RUSH-funded researchers, members of the RethinkHIV consortium, say that the relevant question is what level of co-investment in education from HIV budgets could be justified, in view of the benefits against HIV. Secondary education is a sound economic investment in its own right but remains resource-constrained in many low-income...

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Acting Boldly on HIV/AIDS – by Mthuli Ncube
21 May 2015
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Acting Boldly on HIV/AIDS – by Mthuli Ncube

POST BY: RUSH

Kenya’s HIV/AIDS 2015 conference, Maisha 2015 (meaning life in Swahili), in which I gave a Keynote Address, highlighted the knowledge and advocacy resources that have been mobilized by the country to fight the HIV pandemic.

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