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Kazakhstan can achieve ambitious HIV targets despite expected donor withdrawal by combining improved ART procurement mechanisms with allocative and implementation efficiencies

Background Despite a non-decreasing HIV epidemic, international donors are soon expected to withdraw funding from Kazakhstan. Here we analyze how allocative, implementation, and technical efficiencies could strengthen the national HIV response under assumptions of future budget levels. Methodology We used the Optima model to project future scenarios of the HIV epidemic in...

Engagement with HIV Prevention Treatment and Care among Female Sex Workers in Zimbabwe: a Respondent Driven Sampling Survey

Objective(S)To determine the HIV prevalence and extent of engagement with HIV prevention and care among a representative sample of Zimbabwean sex workers working in Victoria Falls, Hwange and Mutare. DesignRespondent driven sampling (RDS) surveys conducted at each site. MethodsSex workers were recruited using respondent driven sampling with each respondent limited to recruiting 2...

Positive Attitudes to Pediatric HIV Testing: Findings from a Nationally Representative Survey from Zimbabwe

. Clemens Benedikt from UNFPA provided substantive inputs into the study design and contributed to this manuscript. Competing Interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist. An

A Surprising Prevention Success: Why Did the HIV Epidemic Decline in Zimbabwe?

Daniel Halperin and colleagues examine reasons for the remarkable decline in HIV in Zimbabwe, in the context of severe social, political, and economic disruption.