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Presentations from the 10th IAEN Meeting in Amsterdam:

 Sustainable AIDS Response Results in the Age of Shrinking Donor Funding

 

A two-day event preceding the 2018 International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam was conducted to consider practical solutions to fund effective and efficient acceleration of the HIV and AIDS programs and sustain the results considering declining donor funding.  The meeting was co-sponsored by UNAIDS, the World Bank, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Avenir Health and Gilead. 

 

 

We will be adding presentations from the 10th IAEN preconference in Amsterdam below:

Mark Dybul - Meeting Global Needs and Finding Sustainable Answers

Jose-Antonio Izazola-Licea - HIV Response Funding Trends

Nthabiseng Khoza - Funding the NSP in South Africa

Shepherd Nyamhuno - Evaluating the cost-effectivness of the test and treat program in Zimbabwe

Catherine Barker Cantelmo - Advocating for Government Financing of Transitioning HIV Services in Indonesia through Improved Subnational Resource Needs Estimates

Sithabiso Masuku - The Impact of Dolutegravir in First-Line Adult ART on HIV Transmission and Cost of HIV in South Africa

Carol Levin - Global Health Cost Consortium:  Improving the Availability and Use of HIV and TB Cost Data to Support Global Health Targets

Anna Vassall - Reference Case for Estimating the Costs of Global Health Services and Interventions

Drew Cameeron - Drivers of Unit Cost Variation in Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision in Sub-Saharan Africa:  A meta-regression analysis

Sergio Bautista-Arredondo - VMMC Unit Costs Variation and Determinants Using Facilty-Level, Primary Data from Several Studies

Carlos Pineda - Filling in the Gaps:  Extrapolations of VMMC Unit Costs and Economies of Scale Using Pool Data from Several Studies

Willyanne DeCormier Plosky - How Much Does it Cost?  Development of an HIV/TB Unit Cost Study Repository and UCost Tool

Damien de Walque - The Post-Intervention Effects of Conditional Cash Transfers for HIV/AIDS Prevention:  A Randomized Trial in Rural Tanzania

Lise Jamieson - The Impact of Differential Uptake by HIV Risk Group on the Effect and Cost-Effectiveness of PrEP in Different Populations in South Africa

Iris Semini - User Fees and AIDS Response - False Economies and Inequities

Morris Edwards - Sustaining the AIDS Response in Guyana - Optimizing Available Resources for Maximal Impact

Lyubov Teplitskaya - A Cost-Efficiency Analysis of Innovative Approaches for Case-Finding in the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan

GHCC Evening Event - How Does the Unit Cost Study Repository (UCSR) Work?

Lambert Grijns - HIV Blessing in Transition:  Blessing or Burden

Michiel Hedenrijk - HIV in Amsterdam:  A City Based Approach

Ade Fakoya - Sustainability, Transition and Co-Financing - Investing to End Epidemics

Markus Haacker - Poverty As a Barrier in Access to Antiretroviral Therapy for People Living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya

Andrea Salas-Ortis - Optimizing Resource Allocation for HIV Prevention Progrmas:  Proof of Concept of an Analytical Framework using Data from Mexico

Brooke Nichols - Prioritizing Healthcare Facilities for Technical Assistance to Increase HIV Treatment Uptake:  Results from EQUIP Health

Lyubov Teplitskaya - What Will it Take for Ghana to Achieve 90-90-90:  Costing an Enhanced HIV Treatment Cascade

Sindi Putri - Effective CSO-government engagement on domestic HIV budgets:  Case examples from Indonesia

Annie Haakenstad - How has Domestic HIV/AIDS Financing Responded to Declines in Development Assistance for HIV/AIDS?

Charles Birungi - Long-Term Liabilities of HIV Financing = debt sentence?  The Fiscal Impact of HIV in Uganda

Till Barnighausen - Costs and Service Delivery Modalities

Tobias Rinke de Wit - Mobile Healthcare Exchange Platforms to Increase Efficiency in HIV Financing and Treatment

Katharina Hauck - Costs of Two Rounds of Home-Based HIV Testing and Counselling in Zambia:  Evidence from the HPTN 071 (POPART) Study

Gavin George - Wealth and Age-Disparate Sex:  An Examination of the Socio-Economic Profiles of Men in Age-Disparate Partnerships with young Women in South Africa

Linda Sande - Exploring the Drivers of User Costs as a Barrier to Accessing HIV Testing from Rural Malawi

Damien de Walque - The Impact of Performance-Based Financing on the Delivery of HIV Testing, Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission and Antiretroviral Delivery in the Cameroon Health System

Lawrence Mwenge - Comparison of HIV Self-Testing (HIVST) Distribution Models in Zambia:  Potential for Impact and Sustainability

Here is the Final Report from the 10th IAEN Preconference in Amsterdam:

IAEN Final Preconference Report from Amsterdam

Here is the Final Report from the 9th IAEN preconference in Durban:

IAEN Final Preconference Report from Durban

Check out our News page for current articles, updates and documents, including:

Economics and Justice End AIDS

Community-Based Accompaniment and the Impact of Distance for HIV Patients Newly Initiated on Antiretroviral Therapy: Early Outcomes and Clinic Visit Adherence in Rural Rwanda

Economic evaluation of HIV testing for men who have sex with men in community-based organizations – results from six European cities

Values and Preferences on the Use of Oral Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV Prevention Among Multiple Populations: A Systematic Review of the Literature

Cost-Effectiveness of Community-Based TB/HIV Screening and Linkage to Care in Rural South Africa

Voluntary male circumcision still a cost-effective intervention in the era of 90-90-90

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