UNAIDS Geospatial HIVE Model Meeting July 2017

10 July 2017 to 12 July 2017

Johannesburg, South Africa

The HIVE-Map Geospatial model is being developed by UNAIDS in collaboration with researchers at the University of Oxford and Imperial College London to provide highly granular estimates of key HIV indicators to assist subnational country programmatic planning and decision making. The aim of this meeting was to further develop the Geospatial HIVE-Mapl for countries and discuss the key results from this model, that can improve the granular understanding of the HIV epidemic.

Specific objectives of the meeting were to review the following items:

  • Current data sources and forthcoming surveys for subnational modelling
  • Interim subnational results and of the HIVE-map model for Malawi, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe
  • Use, interpretation and dissemination of HIVE-map results
  • Future method development and application of the HIVE-map model for countries

A summary of the meeting is available to download below.

Meeting Summary
Wednesday 12 July 2017