Researchers applied a novel analytic approach to the illustrative example of Zambia’s voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) programme to assess whether prioritizing subpopulations by age, geographic location, or risk profile could increase programme efficiency. Their results and the implications are described in an article in a PLOS collection of VMMC modelling studies.
Investigating Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Program Efficiency Gains through Subpopulation Prioritization: Insights from Application to Zambia
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Year of publication: 2016
Resource topic: Costing and cost-effectiveness, Modeling, Costing, Cost-effectiveness, Research, monitoring and evaluation
Resource type: Article