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Why Monitoring Project-Level Outcomes Is Important for PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programs
By Lisa Parker, PhD. We need data to be sure programs are improving children’s lives and preventing HIV. “Essential Survey Indicators” are helping.
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Reaching men through index testing can speed path to first “90” — and epidemic control
By Mahua Mandal, PhD. This Science Speaks blog focuses on a brief from MEASURE Evaluation that reviewed and analyzed index testing data from Zimbabwe and Tanzania in 2018.
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Thinking strategically about nutrition supports disease responses and more
By Heather B. Davis, MPH, and Emily A. Bobrow, PhD, MPH. This Sciences Speaks blog post introduces the new "Thinking Strategically About Nutrition: Key Issues in the Context of HIV and Tuberculosis" resource.
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A Conference on HIV Science and the People at the Center
By Liz Millar, MPH. This blog post introduces the IAS Conference on HIV Science and describes a MEASURE Evaluation session at the event.
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Gathering Data to Aid Children Often Overlooked
By Jacqueline Hellen, MPH and Lisa Parker, PhD. MEASURE Evaluation has developed a suite of survey indicators and tools and a guidance manual to assist programs to evaluate wellbeing outcomes. Photo at right: Copyright 2019 by Larry C. Price/Price and Price Creative LLC
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Revised PLACE Manual Published with New and Updated Tools for Epidemic Control
By Sharon S. Weir, PhD. This blog post introduces the updated Priorities for Local AIDS Control Efforts (PLACE) method tool kit.
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A Promising Data Quality Method to Save Time and Money
By David Boone, PhD. On World AIDS Day, here’s a suggestion on a method that has the potential to be a game changer for data quality assurance of routine HIV/AIDS program data.
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Qualitative Comparative Analysis in Case Management Systems: Worker Support Is a Predictor of Better Outcomes
By Zulfiya Charyeva. This USAID Learning Lab blog post discusses findings from a study of COVida—a USAID-funded orphans and vulnerable children program in Mozambique.
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Integrating services works to curb HIV transmission from mothers to their infants and retain mothers in care, study shows
By Emily Bobrow, PhD. A combination of integrated service delivery approaches for mothers who are HIV-positive has been shown in Uganda to improve retaining mothers in HIV care and increasing exclusive breastfeeding for infants, plus providing an increase in completed HIV test results for babies at 18 months of age.
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HIV: Best practices lead to a practical guide for lowering mother-to-child transmission of HIV
By Elizabeth Sutherland, PhD. A Science Speaks blog post discusses findings from an evaluation of the Partnership for HIV-Free Survival.
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