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Publication Assessment of Drivers of HIV Outcomes
Zulfiya Charyeva, Allison Davis, Lauren Morris, Nena do Nascimento, Jenifer Chapman, Daan Velthausz, Rotafina Donco (2019)
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Publication Uganda’s SCORE Program for Vulnerable Children and Their Families: Mixed-Methods Performance Evaluation
Molly Cannon, Zulfiya Charyeva, Nena do Nascimento, Eve Namisango, Ismael Ddumba-Nyanzi (2017)
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Publication Rwanda's Improved Services for Vulnerable Populations Project: Initial Data Collection Report for an Impact Evaluation
Jessica Fehringer (Team Leader), Lisa Parker, Gustavo Angeles, Aimee Benson, Chris B. Agala, Sabine Musange, Albert Ndagijimana, Vedaste Ndahindwa, and Veronica Caridad Varela (2018)
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Publication Evaluation of Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Youth in Botswana: Final Report
Mandal, M., Cannon, A., Parker, L., Halldorsdottir, I., & Millar, E. (2019)
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Publication The Children Left Behind: Barriers to Testing and Enrolling Children in HIV Care and Treatment in Njombe Region, Tanzania
Jackson Mbogela, MPH; Alfred I. Kyando, MS; Riziki Mahenge, LLB (2018)
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Publication Monitoring Outcomes of PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programs in Kenya: Dissemination Workshop
Susan Settergren and Walter Obiero (2018)
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Publication Monitoring Outcomes of PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programs in Kenya: Report on a Workshop to Disseminate 2016–2018 Findings
Sinai, I., Odour, C., Akeyo, D., & Kadengye, D. (2019)
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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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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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Strengthening the Collection, Analysis, and Use of OVC_HIVSTAT Data
Join MEASURE Evaluation on March 14, 2018 at 7:30am EDT for a 1.5-hour webinar presentation and discussion on strengthening the collection, analysis and use of OVC_HIVSTAT data.
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