Community-Based Indicators for HIV Programs: Prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission


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Author(s): MEASURE Evaluation

Year: 2019

Community-Based Indicators for HIV Programs: Prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission Abstract:

MEASURE Evaluation reached out to PEPFAR (United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief)—and other donor-supported programs that implement programs, at the community level, to support prevention of mother-to-child transmission activities—to obtain data collection tools. The tools collected are those used by community workers in Nigeria, Ethiopia, South Africa, Uganda, Kenya, Côte d’Ivoire, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Botswana to monitor household care and services provided to mothers and their infants and conduct behavior change communication activities for pregnant women and mothers (of infants) living with HIV. The most common data elements among these tools were incorporated into the indicators in this collection. Each indicator is accompanied by a definition. These definitions were specifically designed to inform data collection by community programs and agents.

Access the full "Community-Based Indicators for HIV Programs" collection at www.measureevaluation.org/community-based-indicators

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