Resource Needs—For an Expanded HIV Response
|USAID | Health Policy Initiative, Task Order 1|
Full Document (pdf 848.0 kb)
The Resource Needs Model (RNM) is an Excel-based tool used to calculate the total resources needed at national and decentralized levels for HIV-related prevention and care, as well as support for orphans and vulnerable children. The RNM can help inform national- and district-level budgeting and strategic planning efforts. The RNM includes three sub-models: the prevention model (calculates the cost of specific prevention interventions and allows the user to specify up to five additional priority populations); the care and treatment model (estimates the cost of care and treatment programs); and the mitigation model (calculates the cost of interventions to support orphans and vulnerable children. For each sub-model, there are three main elements of the methodology: population target groups, unit costs, and coverage or access targets, which are used in the model to estimate the resources required in the base year.
Click the group name to view all related publications.
|Document Type:||Policy Briefs|
|No. of Pages:||4|
|Country:||Indonesia, Global, ASIA & MIDDLE EAST|
|Keywords:||Finance & Costing, Models, Care and Support, HIV/AIDS, Prevention, Strategic Planning, End of Project (EOP)|