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PEPFAR OVC Forum: Measurement for Program Impact
The PEPFAR OVC Forum took place February 1-4, 2015 in Johannesburg.
Located in Our Work / Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Publication Population Size Estimation Tool for Programs Serving Orphans and Vulnerable Children
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Pregnancy Decisions and HIV Testing among Adolescent Girls and Young Women Enrolled in the DREAMS Initiative in Northern Uganda: Qualitative Report
Irit Sinai, Danielle Stein, Eve Namisango, Ismael Ddumba-Nyanzi, Lisa Marie Albert, Michelle Li (2019)
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Publication Report of a Technical Consultation on Information Systems for Community-Based HIV Programs
(2010)
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República Dominicana
MEASURE Evaluation contribuye a este objetivo mediante la aplicación de métodos, herramientas y enfoques para abordar los retos y las brechas en cuanto a la información de salud; y para fortalecer la recopilación, el análisis y uso de los datos sistemáticos de salud.
Located in Countries / Dominican Republic
Routine Monitoring of PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programs
MEASURE Evaluation has developed a set of resources to support the collection of the PEPFAR MER OVC routine monitoring data.
Located in Our Work / Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Staff Help Develop New PEPFAR eLearning Courses
MEASURE Evaluation staff contributed to four new PEPFAR eLearning courses now available on USAID's Global Health eLearning Center.
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Stemming the tide of HIV by addressing gender in Botswana
By Shelah Bloom, Sc.D. USAID in Botswana and MEASURE Evaluation conducted a gender analysis to identify barriers and make recommendations to help curtail HIV.
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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.
Located in Our Work / HIV and AIDS
Publication Strategies Used by USG Country Teams for Dealing with Double Counting of Individuals and Sites - A Review
Obiero W, Schmidt S, and Foreit K (2010)
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