Implementing the Global Plan to Stop TB, 2011–2015 – Optimizing Allocations and the Global Fund’s Contribution: A Scenario Projections Study

@inproceedings{Korenromp2012ImplementingTG,
  title={Implementing the Global Plan to Stop TB, 2011–2015 – Optimizing Allocations and the Global Fund’s Contribution: A Scenario Projections Study},
  author={Eline L Korenromp and Philippe Glaziou and Christopher Fitzpatrick and Katherine Floyd and Mehran Hosseini and Mario Carlo Raviglione and Rifat Atun and Brian G Williams},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND The Global Plan to Stop TB estimates funding required in low- and middle-income countries to achieve TB control targets set by the Stop TB Partnership within the context of the Millennium Development Goals. We estimate the contribution and impact of Global Fund investments under various scenarios of allocations across interventions and regions. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Using Global Plan assumptions on expected cases and mortality, we estimate treatment costs and mortality… CONTINUE READING

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