Priority setting in HIV/AIDS control at district level in Indonesia

The PRISMA (priority setting using multiple criteria) project aims to further develop a priority setting methods to support stakeholders to set priorities in the HIV/AIDS response. The method is based on an integration of the multi criteria decision analysis (MCDA) and accountability for reasonableness (AFR) frameworks and aims to ensure fair decision making processes and the use of multiple criteria and scientific evidence for priority setting of interventions.
This project is an continuation of the ‘multi criteria priority setting in HIV/AIDS control project’, falls under the Vici project and will run from 2015-2018.
The work is done in close collaboration with the medical and economics faculty of universitas padjadjaran (UNPAD) in Bandung, Indonesia.


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