HP+ conducted a costing exercise in Papua to fill data gaps on the costs of implementing interventions along the HIV treatment cascade. The analysis of intervention costs per person reached or for a desired outcome, by service delivery model and population served, helps advance the evidence base for improving cost-efficiency of Papua’s HIV response. The Provincial Health Office in Papua can use results to inform grantmaking to civil society organizations and assess appropriate costs for HIV services. In addition, using results from the costing, HP+ worked with the Provincial Health Office to adapt and apply the Local Epidemic Assessment for Prevention (LEAP) model. The model 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.
Cantelmo, C, B. Lee, and R. Soehoed. 2020. Costs of Strengthening the HIV Treatment Cascade in Papua, Indonesia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
English PDF 1067.1 kbApril 2020
Cantelmo, C, B. Lee, and R. Soehoed. 2020. Biaya Memperkuat Cascade Pengobatan HIV di Papua, Indonesia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
Indonesian PDF 1200.2 kbJune 2020
Ross, R., A. Dutta, and R. Soehoed. 2020. Understanding Sources of HIV Incidence in Papua and the Potential for Epidemic Control: Results from the LEAP Model. Washington, DC: Health Policy Plus, Palladium.
English PDF 1020.8 kbAugust 2020
Ross, R., A. Dutta, and R. Soehoed. 2020. Memahami Sumber Insidensi HIV di Papua dan Potensi Pengendalian Epidemi: Hasil dari Model LEAP. Washington, DC: Health Policy Plus, Palladium.
Indonesian PDF 935.9 kbOctober 2020
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