AIDS Impact—HIV and AIDS Projections for Policy Dialogue, Planning, and Advocacy
|HPI, TO1; PEPFAR|
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The AIDS Impact Model (AIM) is a component of the Spectrum System of Policy Models. It is used to project thefuture number of HIV infections, AIDS cases, and AIDS deaths, given assumptions about adult HIV prevalence, as well as the demographic and social impacts of HIV.
AIM projections can help enhance knowledge about HIV and AIDS and build support for more effective prevention, care, and treatment policies and programs. The projections also can help stakeholders examine the impact of different intervention scenarios (possible scenario options range from taking no action to projecting the impact of alternate levels of funded interventions). The information generated by AIM can inform policy dialogue, planning, and advocacy.
The Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) uses AIM, along with the Estimation and Projection Package, to make the national and regional estimates it releases every two years.
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|Document Type:||Policy Briefs|
|No. of Pages:||3|
|Country:||Mali, Global, AFRICA|
|Keywords:||Models, HIV/AIDS, Strategic Planning, AIM , End of Project (EOP)|