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In the 1980s, soon after AIDS and HIV were first recognized, RAND Health conducted the first major research effort to collect information on a nationally representative sample of people receiving care for HIV infection. Today, RAND research addresses a wide range of HIV/AIDS-related issues around the world, including access, cost, and quality of care; antiretroviral treatment; and the effective allocation of prevention resources.

  • A man rides a boat near the Ssese Islands in Uganda

    Essay

    Improving HIV and Mental Health Care in Uganda

    Jan 5, 2017

    A small team of RAND researchers has spent years working with local clinics in Uganda to help people not just survive HIV, but learn to live with it, and even thrive.

  • African American woman with hands raised in worship at a church service

    Research Brief

    The Role of Faith-Based Organizations in Addressing HIV

    Apr 27, 2017

    In a series of collaborative studies, RAND researchers sought to better understand urban congregations' capacity for HIV prevention and care, specifically in the areas of stigma reduction and HIV testing.

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