Since mid-2016, Pharos has been working closely with South Africa’s National Department of Health (NDOH) and local clinicians as they develop their national viral hepatitis prevention and treatment guidelines and five-year strategic plan for both HBV and HCV. In particular, Pharos has been focused on the translation of these documents into a 5-year Action Plan. We developed the Action Plan using an investment case framework where we synthesized detailed costing, projected impact, cost-effectiveness analysis, and financing and budget impact analysis into a cohesive narrative that makes the case for why hepatitis investments would be affordable and reduce a significant burden of disease in South Africa. Pharos continues to support South Africa to make evidence-based decisions regarding hepatitis policy-making and programming, and to secure additional funding for launching a national hepatitis program in South Africa.
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Team members: Lindsey Hiebert, Wendy Spearman, Mark Sonderup, Teresa Guthrie, Tim Hallett, Shevanthi Nayagam, Homie Razavi, Shan Soe-Lin, Kgomotso Vilikazi-Nhlapo, Yogan Pillay, Stephen Resch, Rob Hecht
Table 1. Scope of South Africa National Hepatitis Action Plan activities: framework and scale-up targets (1/3)
Table 1. Scope of South Africa National Hepatitis Action Plan activities: framework and scale-up targets (2/3)
Table 1. Scope of South Africa National Hepatitis Action Plan activities: framework and scale-up targets (3/3)
Table 2. Cost breakdown by Action Plan priority areas and objectives (in ZAR millions)
Table 3. Cost-effectiveness of South Africa National Hepatitis Action Plan interventions