Chapel Hill, NC: Capacity Project, 2009. 118 p.
United States Agency for International Development, USAID
Countries addressing HIV epidemics must first lay the cornerstone for evidence-based planning and decision-making by gathering strategic information (SI) from national monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems. While national governments and development partners have made significant progress toward building national HIV M&E systems to support an effective and efficient response to HIV, few countries have the human resources (HR) needed to comprehensively monitor and evaluate HIV programs. These organizations face a common challenge in locating the right people with the right skills and the organizational support to do their jobs well. The 36 promising practices included in the compendium provide ideas for those searching for solutions to M&E HR capacity-building challenges. By examining the experiences in detail, reviewing available results and supporting materials as well as considering the implementation context, users of the compendium may be able to identify approaches worth testing in their own countries.
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