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Global Health Cost Consortium

The Global Health Cost Consortium (GHCC), is a three-year project, launched in January 2016, to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of HIV and TB prevention and treatment. The cost consortium will thus drive ever-greater value for money of investments to tackle HIV and TB in low and middle-income countries. The consortium is led by the University of Washington (UW) and includes teams at Avenir Health, the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), Mexico’s National Institute of Public Health (INSP), and the University of Cape Town, South Africa (UCT). These partners are leaders in large-scale HIV and TB cost studies and in the development of models designed to translate economic and epidemiologic data to inform policies and programs. GHCC will improve the availability, quality, timing, and thus the policy-relevance of cost information. The consortium will extract, collate and analyze existing cost data sets in order to provide accessible cost estimates of HIV and TB services; identify data gaps; and produce standards, guidance and methods for high quality and efficient cost data collection. A publicly accessible website will provide cost data adapted to specific settings, as well as resources to improve cost data over time.