The economic value of an improved malaria treatment programme in Zambia: results from a contingent valuation survey

@article{Masiye2005TheEV,
  title={The economic value of an improved malaria treatment programme in Zambia: results from a contingent valuation survey},
  author={Felix Masiye and Clas Rehnberg},
  journal={Malaria Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={4},
  pages={60 - 60}
}
Zambia is facing a double crisis of increasing malaria burden and dwindling capacity to deal with the endemic malaria burden. The pursuit of sustainable but equity mechanisms for financing malaria programmes is a subject of crucial policy discussion. This requires that comprehensive accounting of the economic impact of the various malaria programmes. Information on the economic value of programmes is essential in soliciting appropriate funding allocations for malaria control. This paper… CONTINUE READING

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