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Performance Evaluation: National HIV Prevention Program for Female Sex Workers & Men Who Have Sex with Men in Ghana

by on September 11, 2014

A Performance Evaluation of the National HIV Prevention Program for FSW and MSM in GhanaA Performance Evaluation of the National HIV Prevention Program for Female Sex Workers & Men Who Have Sex with Men in Ghana

This evaluation was conducted as a mid-point assessment by MEASURE Evaluation and the University of Ghana School of Public Health, in collaboration with the Ghana AIDS Commission, in order to describe the achievements and challenges of the ongoing implementation of the National HIV Prevention Program for female sex workers (FSW) and men who have sex with men (MSM) in Ghana.

Study findings suggest that while some greater capacity building and standardization could improve data collection and reporting and standardize service availability, organizations are striving to adhere to the service package and to provide a high quality product. This effort has resulted in high demand for services and a positive reputation for respectful treatment and confidentiality among FSW and MSM. Overall, recommendations focus on the ways in which the program can continue to be strengthened and expanded to better meet demand for services without sacrificing the reputation for service quality upon which that demand is predicated.

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