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Economic Spillover effects of HIV Treatment on Rural South African households . Jacob Bor 1,2 , Frank Tanser 1 , Marie-Louise Newell 1,3 , Till Bärnighausen 1,2 1 Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University 2 Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal

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Economic spillover effects of hiv treatment on rural south african households

Economic Spillover effects of HIV Treatment on Rural South African households

Jacob Bor1,2, Frank Tanser1, Marie-Louise Newell1,3, Till Bärnighausen1,2

1Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University

2Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal

3Institute of Child Health, University College London

International AIDS Conference, July 23, 2012, Washington, D.C.

Harvard School

of Public Health


Africa centre for health and population studies ukzn

Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies (UKZN)

Community-based population surveillance, 2001-2010

  • Surveillance data linked with clinical records from HIV treatment program


25 of population lives with art patient

25% of population lives with ART patient

Adapted from Bor, et al (2011) TMIH


90 employment recovery

90% employment recovery

Adapted from Bor, et al (2012) Health Affairs


Art protects h ousehold a ssets

ART protects household assets

ART initiation or HIV death

Baseline Number of household assets about 6

N (ART initiation)

85,338 observa-tions in 18,662 households

N (HIV death)

77,762 observa-tions in 16,797 households


Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

  • We thank all the respondents who gave their time to this research and the staff of the Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies and the Hlabisa HIV Care and Treatment Programme

  • Funding

    • Wellcome Trust (Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies)

    • National Institutes of Health grants R01 HD058482-01 and 1R01MH083539-01 (Till Bärnighausen, Frank Tanser)

    • Harvard Global Health Institute (Jacob Bor)


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