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Interlinked Patient Monitoring Systems Developed for Country Adaptation
The World Health Organization (WHO) and partners, with support from MEASURE Evaluation, have updated and expanded WHO’s 2006 Patient Monitoring Guidelines for HIV Care and Antiretroviral Therapy to promote the design and use of interlinked longitudinal patient monitoring systems that facilitate patient tracking and referrals between HIV care and treatment programs and other services. The revised guidelines are referred to as the Three Interlinked Patient Monitoring Systems for HIV Care/ART, MCH/PMTCT and TB/HIV or 3IPMS.
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64 People Trained in PEPFAR Next Generation Indicators in Vietnam
64 people representing 28 institutions were given an in depth introduction to PEPFAR Next Generation Indicators (NGI) September 24-25, 2009 in Hanoi, Vietnam. The workshop focused predominantly on PEPFAR's NGI, data use for programmatic decision-making and M&E system readiness assessments and action plans.
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Exploring HIV Risk among MSM in Kigali, Rwanda
This report presents findings from a behavioral surveillance study of men who have sex with men (MSM) in Kigali, Rwanda carried out in 2008-2009. This study describes the population of MSM in Kigali and explores the nature of sexual activity between MSM.
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Resident Advisors Trained in PEPFAR Next Generation Indicators
MEASURE Evaluation Resident Advisors and staff from six countries met in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania to learn about the PEPFAR Next Generation Indicators, which went into effect for FY 2010 reporting.
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Technical Consultation on Community-Based HIV Programs Summary Report
Recommendations emerging from the Technical Consultation on Community-Based HIV Programs meeting underscored the fundamental need to strengthen monitoring and data use at the community-based program level by implementing monitoring and evaluating systems that yield quality, complete, relevant, and timely data. A summary report of the meeting is now available.
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Strengthening the HIV M&E System in Nigeria
The National Agency for the Control of HIV/AIDS (NACA) in Nigeria, conducted an assessment of the national HIV/AIDS M&E system to prepare to support the next National Strategic Framework. The 12 Components National Assessment Tool, which is based on the Organizing Framework for a Functional National HIV M&E System, was applied.
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Strategies for Dealing with Double Counting
Experience to date points to “double counting” as a particularly important data quality problem that can be detrimental to program planning and data-driven decision making. MEASURE Evaluation provides a review of approaches that deal with double counting in reporting under PEPFAR.
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Zambia Sexual Behaviour Survey Captures Progress of National HIV/AIDS Program
The Zambia Sexual Behaviour Survey obtained national estimates of a number of key indicators important to monitoring progress of the national HIV/AIDS/STDs program.
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HIV Care and Support Evaluations in Kenya and Uganda
Evaluations provide detailed descriptions of care and support services delivered through PEPFAR funding and identify the effective components and costs of the services, to improve the health of people with HIV in Kenya and Uganda.
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Extramarital Sex among Nigerian Men Study Published in American Journal of Men's Health
Based on the study results, it could be concluded that significant proportions of Nigerians are exposed to HIV infection through extramarital sex. A fundamental behavioral change expected in the era of HIV/AIDS is the inculcation of marital fidelity and emotional bonding between marital partners.
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