Monitoring and Evaluation
To assist countries to assess and improve HIV/AIDS programs through effective monitoring and evaluation at the local, regional, and national levels, CDC:
- Provides technical assistance on the development and implementation of PEPFAR planning and reporting systems; and participates in improvement of PEPFAR indicators and harmonization of HIV indicators among international partners
- Increases country capacity to monitor, evaluate, and report on process, outcomes, and impact of HIV/AIDS programs
- Provides technical assistance on the development and implementation of planning and reporting systems
- CDC developed and implemented an antiretroviral therapy (ART) program monitoring system and assisted countries with the development of methods for ART monitoring and evaluation.
- CDC developed, implemented, and conducted strategic planning for international guidelines on the monitoring and evaluation of public health interventions for Most-At-Risk-Populations (MARPs).
- In collaboration with other U.S. government and international partners, CDC developed and piloted "Building National HIV/AIDS Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity: A Practical Guide."