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To address the paucity of data on HIV intervention costs in Jakarta—particularly by service delivery model or population served—HP+ conducted a cascade costing analysis in Jakarta and worked with the Provincial Health Office in Jakarta to adapt and apply the Local Epidemic Assessment for Prevention (LEAP) model. The costing analysis involved collecting primary data from the government, civil society organizations, puskesmas, and private clinics to describe the interventions, by service delivery model and targeted population, needed to overcome barriers along the HIV treatment cascade, quantify intervention costs, and assess cost efficiencies. Recommendations address identification of HIV-positive individuals, linkage to care and treatment, and retention in care and viral suppression. LEAP was used to estimate the impacts of improvements in HIV prevention and treatment on HIV incidence, prevalence, and mortality, including generating the cost of different scale-up scenarios.
Health Policy Plus. 2019. Costs of Strengthening the HIV Treatment Cascade in Jakarta, Indonesia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00W-629
English PDF 1241.1 kbOctober 2019
Kutipan yag disarankan: Cantelmo, C, R. Soehoed, B. Lee, dan R. Ross. 2019. Biaya Memperkuat Cascade Pengobatan HIV di Jakarta, Indonesia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00W-FV5
Indonesian PDF 1471.2 kbMarch 2020
Ross, R., R. Soehoed, C. Cantelmo, and A. Dutta. 2019. Reducing HIV Incidence in Jakarta: Results from the Local Epidemic Assessment for Prevention Model. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00W-BQT
English PDF 834.2 kbDecember 2019
Ross, R., R. Soehoed, C. Cantelmo, and A. Dutta. 2019. Penurunan Insidensi HIV di Jakarta: Hasil dari Model Local Epidemic Assessment for Prevention (LEAP). Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00W-DZT
Indonesian PDF 846.9 kbFebruary 2020
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