Tools and Support to Achieve 90-90-90 Targets and Save Lives
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Author(s): MEASURE Evaluation
Achieving an AIDS-free generation will require a comprehensive approach, including gains achieved by the initiation of and adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) that strategically targets geographic areas and populations where HIV prevalence is high—or where there is potential for the most impact.
HIV-affected countries therefore have an increasing need for high-quality data to identify the areas and populations that have the greatest numbers of HIV-affected people or the greatest risk for HIV transmission. Countries have a corresponding need for improved capacity to collect and analyze data, conduct evaluations, and encourage data use to measure progress toward the 90-90-90 targets.
MEASURE Evaluation provides tools, guidance, and capacity building to help countries reach their 90-90-90 targets and to substantiate their progress. MEASURE Evaluation also fills a need to help a ministry of health understand the consequences of the PEPFAR pivot, which may have shifted the distribution of PEPFAR funding in the country from one location to another.
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