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HIV programmes are achieving significant scale, even as external financing plateaus. Maximising achievement from identification to viral suppression is key to epidemic control and reaching global 95-95-95 goals. Cost and technical efficiency analyses can help programs understand why losses occur along the cascade, which tactics prevent losses, and additional investments required for cost-efficient solutions. This journal article identifies cascade failure points and interventions needed in six countries (Ghana, Indonesia, Kyrgyz Republic, Kenya, Tajikistan, Tanzania). Methods included secondary data analysis and expert interviews.
Cantelmo, C., B. Lee, and A. Dutta. 2019. “Smart Cascades: Using Cost Analysis to Improve HIV Care and Treatment Interventions to Achieve Global 95–95–95 Goals.” African Journal of AIDS Research, 18(4): 350-359
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