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SADC Health Economists

Centre for Global Health and Development Boston University Health Economics and Epidemiology Research Office Wits University HIV AIDS prevention HIV AIDS care and treatment TB and HIV STI and HIV Key populations and HIV OVC

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Current: Centre for Global Health and Development- Boston University, Health Economics and Epidemiology Research Office, Wits University - HIV/AIDS prevention, HIV/AIDS care and treatment, TB and HIV, STI and HIV, Key populations and HIV, OVC,
Organisation and research Working as an individual or organisation? Name of individual Researcher Academic Qualifications E-mail Address Key Funders Key collaborators Contact person Tel Number Done work in >1 country in SADC? Countries worked in: Country 1 Countries worked in: Country 2 Countries worked in: Country 3 Countries worked in: Country 4 Countries worked in: Country 5
Centre for Global Health and Development- Boston University, Health Economics and Epidemiology Research Office, Wits University - HIV/AIDS prevention, HIV/AIDS care and treatment, TB and HIV, STI and HIV, Key populations and HIV, OVC, organizations Professor Gesine Meyer-Rath PhD [email protected] Department of Health (South Africa Government), USAID-South Africa, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, WHO, UNICEF Professor Susan Cleary, Rory Leisagang, Christiaan Marais, Tienie Stadler, Justin Yarrow, Celicia Serenata, Nick Menzies, John Blandford, Fern-Terris-Prestholt, Anna Vassall, Dayo Obure, Christine Michaels, Peter Vickerman, Anna Foss, Steve Cohen, Carl Schutte Professor Gesine Meyer-Rath Yes South Africa Zambia International

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