Economic analysis of scaling up HIV prevention interventions in Southern India.

@inproceedings{Guinness2006EconomicAO,
  title={Economic analysis of scaling up HIV prevention interventions in Southern India.},
  author={Lorna Guinness},
  year={2006}
}
This thesis explores the impact of scale on the costs of HIV prevention interventions and the contractual relationships between governments and NGOs in two Southern Indian states. Evidence on the resources required and organisational structures for scaling up health interventions efficiently in low income countries is scarce. The Indian National AIDS Control Programme (NACP) is tackling the largest HIV epidemic in the world. Between 1998 and 2004 the NACP, through state level AIDS programmes… CONTINUE READING

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