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Costing guidelines for HIV prevention strategies.

@inproceedings{Kumaranayake2000CostingGF,
  title={Costing guidelines for HIV prevention strategies.},
  author={Lilani Kumaranayake and Jane Pepperall and Hilary Goodman and A. Mills and Damian G. Walker},
  year={2000}
}
The principles of these Costing Guidelines are derived from Cost Analysis in Primary Health Care—a training manual for programme managers (hereafter referred to as the ‘PHC Manual’). The manual was produced for programme managers to illustrate how cost analysis might be used to address basic questions about the efficiency equity and sustainability of the health activities for which they were responsible. It was hoped that the use of cost analyses would contribute to decisions about the optimal… 

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