This document develops and discusses a resource determination model (RDM) designed to estimate how much would it cost to scale-up different HIV prevention and care strategies to a national level in Sub-Saharan Africa. The model combines cost-studies with detailed information on sexual behavior, condom availability, HIV prevalence and other epidemiological, demographic and health systems. The model yields estimates of the costs of scaling-up ten different HIV prevention and eight care strategies for 37 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Washington, DC: World Bank
Costs of scaling HIV program activities to a national level in Sub-Saharan Africa: methods and estimates
Published 4 December 2006