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Guatemala Report Finds Indigenous Population Not at Higher Risk for HIV
Despite higher risk for a host of other health problems due to social vulnerability, indigenous Mayans in Guatemala are not at a higher risk for HIV compared with other Guatemalans, according to a recent MEASURE Evaluation study.
Located in Our Work / HIV and AIDS
Strengthening Cote d’Ivoire Patient Monitoring
An October 2012 training of trainers taught regional health data managers and monitoring and evaluation experts in Cote d'Ivoire how paper-based tools can help monitor systems and link patients to needed care.
Located in Our Work / HIV and AIDS
Updated WHO HIV Patient Monitoring Guidelines
The World Health Organization's new HIV patient monitoring guidelines provide updated guidance on diagnosing HIV infection, caring for people living with HIV, and treating and preventing HIV.
Located in Our Work / HIV and AIDS
Case Study Series: Community-Based Information Systems
MEASURE Evaluation conducted case studies to understand and document how community-based information systems are designed, implemented, and used by program staff and government counterparts.
Located in Our Work / HIV and AIDS
Key Populations
MEASURE Evaluation has worked for more than a decade with ministries of health and global partners to improve how data is collected and used to improve prevention services for key populations and link them to care when needed.
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View Conference Presentations by MEASURE Evaluation
MEASURE Evaluation presents at numerous public meetings and conferences throughout the year. Presentations are being made available for further reading and reference.
Located in Our Work / Knowledge Management
New Video: Testimonials from Past Workshop Attendees
Participants from MEASURE Evaluation workshops give an account of their experience at Nigeria's 5th National Conference on HIV/AIDS.
Located in Our Work / Knowledge Management
MEASURE Evaluation at XIX International AIDS Conference, Washington DC
The biennial International AIDS Conference is the premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policymakers, people living with HIV and others committed to ending the epidemic. It will be a tremendous opportunity for researchers from around the world to share the latest scientific advances in the field, learn from one another’s expertise, and develop strategies for advancing all facets of our collective efforts to treat and prevent HIV. This year, the conference will be held in Washington, DC.
Located in Our Work / Knowledge Management
Leadership Development Program Launched in Cote d’Ivoire
MEASURE Evaluation launched its first Leadership Development Program (LDP) in Cote d’Ivoire with M&E teams from the Ministries of Health, AIDS, Women and Social Services, and Education.
Located in Our Work / Organizational Development
Leadership Development Program Yields Results in Cote d'Ivoire
As a result of a Leadership Development Program (LDP) with four ministries and the collaborative spirit engendered by this process, the country has made a giant leap forward. The development and publication of a compendium of harmonized and validated HIV/AIDS indicators accomplished the first of several previously illusive goals and has moved the country toward having a high quality, timely and accessible national HIV/AIDS database used for the response against HIV/AIDS.
Located in Our Work / Organizational Development