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Version 3.0, December 1999

A tool to estimate the impact of interventions to strengthen blood transfusion services

Developed by:

Charlotte Watts
Thierry Mertens
Stefano Bertozzi
Jairos Chibisa
Peter Vickerman

Contact address for further information:
Dr. C. Watts
Health Policy Unit

London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Keppel Street, London WC1E 7HT, UK
Tel: +44 171 927 2176
Fax: +44 171 637 6391
e-mail: C.Watts@lshtm.ac.uk

© LSHTM and UNAIDS

HIVTools
A cost-effectiveness
toolkit for policy makers

Acknowledgements

The model was field-tested in Zambia, with the assistance of staff at the National Blood Transfusion Services and the National AIDS Control Programme, including
Dr. Muyinda and Dr. Roland Musiska

Funded by UNAIDS
Charlotte Watts and Peter Vickerman are members of the Health Economics and Financing Programme, which is funded by the Department for International Development of the UK.