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HIV/AIDS in Kenya

This example explains how some of the socio-ecological factors around HIV/AIDS were considered in developing policy-oriented multiple interventions in Kenya. You’ll see how planners tried to co-ordinate interventions over system levels and across sectors, using a nation-wide, population-health perspective.

The first step in deciding whether to use a multiple intervention program for a public health problem is to consider need. The scope and depth of the problem of HIV/AIDS is profound in Kenya.

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1 Monitoring, process, impact, and spin-offs 2646
2 Optimizing potential impact 2880
3 Policy interventions 3319
4 Care 3000
5 Identifying intervention options 4670
6 Socio-ecological assessment 6365
7 Potential impact: How much can we fix? 3634
8 Need: How big is the problem? 3135