Lessons from South Africa in Contracting Out HIV Services

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A study of three contracting models in South Africa found that private providers can partner with donors and governments to deliver HIV care, augment limited public health services, and maintain continuity of care. However, financing these services remains a challenge, particularly as subsidies decline.

Author

SHOPS Project

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
August 2016
Resource Types
Brief
Country
South Africa
Technical Area
Health Financing
Health Area
HIV
Keywords
Africa
AIDS
contracting
contracting out
HIV counseling and testing
HIV/AIDS
Current Downloads
15

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