RethinkHIV
RethinkHIV

RethinkHIV: The Book

RethinkHIV at Amazon.com
RethinkHIV at Amazon.co.uk
RethinkHIV at Cambridge University Press

Rush was founded to help breathe new thinking into HIV policy and on-the-ground interventions. That is why we created RethinkHIV in partnership with the Copenhagen Consensus Centre. RethinkHIV was the first-ever attempt at a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis of sub-Saharan African HIV interventions by leading epidemiologists, demographers and economists. The research is available online, and has been published by Cambridge University Press.

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Innovation grant
Innovation grant

Innovation Grants

Rush has provided three-year "Innovation and Sustainability Grants" to ActionAid, which launched in August, 2012. The grants were awarded to country-teams in Uganda and The Gambia who bid for the three-year funding as part of a competition set up by Rush with ActionAid support to pioneer new sustainable initiatives on the ground involving People Living With HIV/AIDS. more


Action Research

Project Teshager

Rush is committed to helping the remote community of Dobe Negash, near Awassa in Ethiopia, to achieve its health goals through an experimental multi-sectoral developmental approach. more

Announcements
Announcements

RETHINKHIV II,
December 2012

An article published in the Financial Times announced the launch of a RUSH-funded research initiative. more

IAEN, Washington DC,
July 2012

Rush co-sponsored the International AIDS Economics Network Pre-Conference which brought together policymakers and researchers from around the globe to present and discuss the most recent developments in the field of HIV economics. Rush provided 10 scholarships to economists from developing countries enabling them to attend this two-day pre-conference as well as participate in the global IAS 2012 conference. more

RethinkHIV II Workshop

Rush convened a two-day workshop of leading HIV economists and epidemiologists, donors, policy-makers, civil society activists and practitioners to gain inputs for a research agenda to drive forward compelling policy framework to improve HIV resource allocation. more

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