The cost and cost-effectiveness of a targeted demand creation intervention are analysed in the context of a randomised controlled trial evaluating voluntary medical male circumcision uptake among men ages 20–34 years in two settings with different HIV prevalence rates. The findings are presented in Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes.
Cost and Cost-Effectiveness of a Demand Creation Intervention to Increase Uptake of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision in Tanzania: Spending More to Spend Less
Year of publication: 2018
Resource topic: Communication/Demand Creation, Costing and cost-effectiveness, Costing, Cost-effectiveness, Research, monitoring and evaluation
Resource type: Article