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Examination of HIV/AIDS Program Implementers in Zambia’s Nongovernment Sector

by on December 2, 2014

Know Your HIV/AIDS Response: Southern Province, Zambia. An Examination of Program Implementers in the Nongovernment SectorKnow Your HIV/AIDS Response: Southern Province, Zambia. An Examination of Program Implementers in the Nongovernment Sector

The Know Your HIV-prevention Response study was a situation analysis of HIV-prevention interventions and was conducted in Southern Province, Zambia, from September to October 2013. The study was implemented jointly by MEASURE Evaluation and the Institute of Economic and Social Research (INESOR) at University of Zambia. The study had five instruments, two of which were the Program Implementer Core Questionnaire and the Program Implementer Modules for Key (and vulnerable) Populations, on which this report is based. The study population included 93 organizations in the nongovernmental organization (NGO) sector and had three primary objectives:

  • determine what specific HIV-prevention interventions were being implemented;
  • determine by which organizations and in which districts the interventions were being implemented; and
  • assess the extent to which the HIV-prevention response matched current HIV-transmission patterns, were focused on geographic areas where HIV was spreading most rapidly, and covered technical recommendations for populations at higher risk of HIV exposure.

The main findings are described for the NGO sector, with particular attention to geographic gaps in the availability of specific interventions.

From → Data, HIV/AIDS

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