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National Guide to Monitoring and Evaluating Programmes for the Prevention of HIV in Infants and Young Children

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Summary

This manual provides guidance on the monitoring and evaluation of national programs for the prevention of HIV infection in infants and young children. It is principally aimed at program managers for national mother-to-child transmission prevention, reproductive health, and HIV/AIDS programs. Its purpose is to assist program managers to determine the level of success of programs for the prevention of HIV infection in infants and young children, to identify areas where further support is required, and to inform adaptation and scaling-up strategies.

Publisher: World Health Organization
Language: English
Format: PDF
Region: Global
Audiences: Program Managers, Policymakers
Literacy level: Medium
Topic Areas: Pediatric Antiretroviral Treatment, Perinatal Interventions, Primary Prevention
Resource Type: Program Monitoring & Evaluation