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Author
World Health Organization
Title
National AIDS Programmes: a Guide to Monitoring and Evaluating HIV/AIDS Care and Support
Imprint
WHO - World Health Organization, Geneva, 2004, 52 pp
ISBN/ISSN
92 4 159143 9
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Partners involved in developing this work include: UNAIDS, Unicef, Family Health International, MEASURE Evaluation, USAID. Reproduced with WHO's kind permission.

Abstract

"This guide aims to support national AIDS programme managers in monitoring and evaluating public and private care and support programmes for HIV/AIDS. As more governments move towards increasing access to prophylactic and long-term treatment and care, such a guide will contribute to a global process of assessing whether care and support programmes are developed and implemented well. The guide briefly describes what care and support programmes are, what a system for monitoring and evaluating care and support should look like, and indicators for monitoring and evaluating various
components of a care and treatment programme. Final sections on operations research and related reading are also included."

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  • UNAIDS - Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, National AIDS Programmes: A Guide to Monitoring and Evaluation, UNAIDS, Geneva, June 2000, 133 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]
  • USAID - United States Agency for International Development, Expanded Response Guide to Core Indicators for Monitoring and Reporting on HIV/AIDS Programs, Revised edn, USAID, Washington, January 2003, 101 pp. [ PDF File | Details... ]