Community-Level Program Information Reporting for HIV/AIDS Programs. Module 1: Illustrative Program Indicators, Data Collection Tools and Indicator Reference Sheets for Prevention, HBC, and OVC Programs


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Year: 2010

Community-Level Program Information Reporting for HIV/AIDS Programs. Module 1: Illustrative Program Indicators, Data Collection Tools and Indicator Reference Sheets for Prevention, HBC, and OVC Programs Abstract:
This publication is Module 1: Illustrative Program Indicators, Data Collection Tools and Indicator Reference Sheets for Prevention, HBC, and OVC Programs, from the Community-Level Program Information Reporting for HIV/AIDS Programs (CLPIR) tools. CLPIR also include three other modules and an introction. CLPIR supports harmonized monitoring and reporting systems that capture indicator data from community-level programs; systems that are essential for effective program management and decision-making, and that facilitate the reporting of high-quality program performance data to host country governments and donors. A number of stakeholders involved in community-level HIV/AIDS programs in Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Zambia, and the United States were consulted during the development of CLPIR. Early during the development process, field visits to community-level programs in Nigeria, Tanzania, and Zambia were conducted to talk to direct-service providers, to determine what information they considered useful in managing their programs. During this process, hundreds of existing indicators from service delivery programs, host country governments, and donor agencies were collected and reviewed. The indicators were then refined, consolidated into a manageable set, and reviewed by experts from a number of U.S.-based organizations. This body of information serves as the building block for CLPIR.

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