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FILM DISCUSSION CARD 4. MONITORING. NECESSITY AND USEFULNESS OF MONITORING. Gives clear idea about day to day performance. Helps in understanding how much has been achieved. Helps in understanding how services can be improved.

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Film discussion card 4

FILM DISCUSSION CARD 4


Monitoring

MONITORING


Necessity and usefulness of monitoring

NECESSITY AND USEFULNESS OF MONITORING

  • Gives clear idea about day to day performance.

  • Helps in understanding how much has been achieved.

  • Helps in understanding how services can be improved.

  • Helps in identifying problems in day-to-day processes and performance.

  • Helps in developing strategies to overcome the problems.

  • Helps to plan follow-up activities.


Monitoring tools

MONITORING TOOLS


Opportunity gap analysis framework

OPPORTUNITY GAP ANALYSIS FRAMEWORK

  • Aim: Analyze spot-wise opportunity gaps.

  • Frequency: Every six months in every spot to analyze and understand what is being achieved and what is not and revise plans accordingly.


Guidelines

GUIDELINES

  • Various outreach processes (contacts, registration, STI treatment) take place in the field. However during these processes in the field there are dropouts and that is what is called “opportunity gaps”.

  • Analysis to be done for district, Targeted Intervention (TI) area and spot.

  • Make note of the status of each indicator in the opportunity gap analysis framework.

  • For each indicator identify the gap and reasons for those gaps, making note of next steps to address the gap. Gaps maybe due to either internal or external factors:

  • Internal factors: where project has direct control, as in work timing of ORWs and PEs.

  • External factors: not in the control of the project.

  • Other indicators that can be included are number of Community Members that have faced crises, number of Community Members who have received support from the project for these crises, number of Community Members who have received entitlements and have had their non-HIV needs addressed.


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Practice Session:

Let’s do an opportunity gap analysis

  • Make 5 groups

  • One person to act as ORW who will fill the Opportunity Gap Analysis Framework

  • The others to act as PEs and provide information that needs to be filled


Flow of information

FLOW OF INFORMATION


Monitoring formats

MONITORING FORMATS


Community member registration form

COMMUNITY MEMBER REGISTRATION FORM

  • Frequency: As and when a Community Member is identified

  • Where: At the hotspot level

  • By Whom: ORW

  • For What:

    • To know the details of each Community Member identified - name, age, date of joining the project.

    • To understand the demographic details of the Community Members living/operating in a given hotspot/ area/ location.


Id number

ID NUMBER

  • 15 digit code in the following break up.

    • State code: 2 digit columns (Census code will be used)

    • District code: 2 digits columns (In each state the district codes will be unique). Census code will be used.

    • Town Code: 3 digit columns (In each state the town code will be unique). Census code will be used.

    • TI code: 3 digits columns (In each district, the TI code will be unique and given by SACS)

    • Category of HRG : 1 digit column (“F” for FSW, “M” for MSM, “I” for IDU, “T” TRUCKERS and “G” MIGRANTS )

    • Serial Number: 4 digit column (for each category of HRB Groups, the number will start from “0001”)


Other codes

OTHER CODES

  • **Marital status code:

    1. Never Married2. Married3. Widow / Widower

    4. Divorced5. Separated9. Non known / Not revealed

  • *** Employment Status code:

    1. Never Employed2. Currently unemployed3. Full time employed

    4.Part Time Employed 5. Student /Housewife6. Other (specify)

    9. Non known / Not revealed

  • #Educational Level code:

    1. Illiterate

    2. Literate (can read & write)

    3. Primary Education ( upto 5th class of schooling)

    4. Middle Education ( upto 8th class of schooling)

    5. Matriculation / Higher Secondary (10-12 year of schooling)

    6. Graduate and above

    9. Non known / Not revealed


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Practice Session:

Let’s fill the form

  • Make pairs (one ORW, one community member; if there are more ORWs then 2 ORWs can make one pair and practice one at a time)


Orw field diary monitoring checklist

ORW FIELD DIARY/MONITORING CHECKLIST

  • Frequency: On every visit

  • Where: At the hotspots

  • By Whom: ORW

  • For What:

    • To know the interaction made with PEs.

    • To monitor the number of Community Members met at each hotspot by the PEs.

    • To monitor the type of issues addressed at each hotspot by the PEs.


Guidelines1

GUIDELINES

  • This format is to be filled by the ORW whenever he goes to each hotspot.

  • On each visit this format is to be filled in, for example if an ORW visits 4 hotspots in a week,

  • he should fill in 4 such forms in that week. The information (observation made, input given) in form of feedback from the filled-in format needs to be shared during weekly meeting.

  • During monthly meeting, the ORW is expected to give a brief on each hotspot status in term of performance and challenges being faced by the project or by the PE and issues addressed.

  • The filled-in information needs to be documented at the project office for future reference.


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Practice Session:

Let’s fill the form

  • Make 5 groups

  • One person to act as ORW who will fill the format

  • The others to act as PEs and provide information that needs to be filled


Pe weekly planning activity sheet for idu intervention

PE WEEKLY PLANNING & ACTIVITY SHEET FOR IDU INTERVENTION

  • Frequency: Daily

  • Where: At the hotspots

  • By Whom: PE


Contd

CONTD.

  • For What:

    • This format will be used by the Peer Educator for every contact made during a given week with the HRGs in his/her designated hotspot/site.

    • To track type of services given by the PE on day to day basis.

    • To know the number of Community Members planned for outreach and the number actually reached.

    • To track the number of condoms/syringes distributed to each Community Member.

    • To know if condoms were used during last sex act.

    • To know about Community Members not contacted.


Guidelines2

GUIDELINES

  • Sl. No: The serial number will also be used for prioritizing the HRGs, by the risk factors and vulnerability. Peer Educator and Outreach Worker will do this prioritizing in consultation with each other every week. The prioritized serial number will be highlighted by colour to help the PE plan her/his outreach.

  • Name of the HRGs: This column will be pre listed/printed by the TI office with the names of HRGs registered and outreached by the respective peer educator in a given hotspot/site.


Contd1

CONTD.

  • UID Numbers: The first set of circles in the box indicates tens and second set of rectangles indicates units. For example 42 can be represented as

  • Symbols for identifying the Community Members names: This column is for those PE who is not able to identify the Community Members by names or the UID number. PE with the support of ORW will develop symbol for identifying each HRGs in the given hotspot/site.


Contd2

CONTD.

  • √ = one tick if HRG is scheduled to visit the clinic during the current month

  • √√ = two ticks if HRG is scheduled for a clinic visit since last month and has notvisited the clinic as per schedule.

  • √√√ = three ticks if HRG is scheduled for a clinic visit since last two months(three including current month) and has not visited the clinic as per schedule.


Contd3

CONTD.

  • Risk Assessment (Risk and Vulnerability): Each week, the PE assesses the risk of the HRGs based on seven parameters. The information will help the PE and ORW to focus on the most at risk HRGs and provide services based on the needs.

  • The risk factors are:

    • High number of drug using partners (> 3 per month) – if the HRGs states that he has more than 3 in the last one month, she/he is at greater risk of sharing injecting equipments with her/his partners

    • Sharing of needles/syringes – If the HRGs states that she/he has shared needles/syringes with peers during the week then s/he is at risk.

    • Injecting > 3 times a day: If the HRGs inform that she/he has injected more than 3 times in a day during the week then she/he is at high risk.

    • STI reported in last three months: If the HRGs reports of an STI in the last 3 months, then the HRGs is at risk.


Contd4

CONTD.

  • The Vulnerability Factors are:

    • Use of Alcohol and other drugs apart from injecting: if the HRGs states that she/he has taken alcohol and /or other drugs apart from injecting one then as s/he is vulnerable.

    • Unsafe sex with non regular partners: if the HRGs states that she/he has sex with non regular partners during the week, then she/he is vulnerable

    • Mobility from one hotspot to another: if the HRGs states that she/he is highly mobile and keeping moving from one hotspot to another, then she/he is vulnerable.


Contd5

CONTD.

  • Condom requirement per week: The information on the number of condoms required for each HRGs is calculated based on their sex acts. This information will be periodically updated by the ORW in consultation with the respective peer educator.

  • Services: In each interaction with the HRGs the PE will be giving services as listed below (9 type of services). The PE can give one or more than one service in each contact made with the HRGs depending on the need and requirement of the HRGs


Contd6

CONTD.

  • Condom distributed: During each contact made with the HRG, the condoms are distributed as per requirement. The PE has to ensure that the number of condoms distributed to each HRGs are recorded in the format are in “pieces” and not in “packets.

  • The PE will mark (√) when a HRGs is provided 1:1, 1:group or is referred


Contd7

CONTD.

  • Needles/syringes requirement per week: The information on the number of needle/syringes required for each HRG is calculated based on their number of injecting episodes in a week. This information will be periodically updated by the ORW in consultation with the respective peer educator.

  • Number of syringes distributed: During each contact made with the HRGs, the syringes are distributed as per requirement.

  • Number of syringes returned: During each contact made with the HRGs, the PE ensure that the used needles and syringes are returned back to the project by each HRGs.


Contd8

CONTD.

  • Referrals (general and STI): Each HRG has to be referred to STI clinic (project clinic or preferred providers) linked to the project and will also refer for various other project services ( like ICTC, ART, TB etc.).

  • STI referrals: The PE has to ensure that all the HRGs covered are referred to STI clinics/preferred provider for Regular Medical Checkups (RMC) once in a quarter. Further, a HRGs has to be referred to STI clinics/preferred provider for symptomatic and asymptomatic STI treatment.


Contd9

CONTD.

  • Abscess treatment: The HRGs during the contact with PE has informed that s/he has been treated for abscess during the week, then PE

    • If treated for abscess during last week – tick (√).

  • ICTC referrals: All the HRGs need to be tested for the HIV twice in a year at the designated ICTC centers. The PE has to motivate the HRGs for getting tested at the ICTC.. PE will also ensure that a referral slip is given to the HRGs through the ORW/ANM.


Contd10

CONTD.

  • ART: The PE will list positive HRGs in his/her hotspots.. The PE will ensure that all the positive HRGs are registered with the ART. The PE will motivate the HRGs on the importance of drug adherence on ART.

  • Condom use during last sex: During every interaction with the HRGs, the PE must probe HRGs has used condom during the last sex act. If the HRGs informs that:

    • condom was used during last sex act - tick(√).

    • condom not used during last sex act – mark (×).


Contd11

CONTD.

  • Needles and syringes not shared during the last injecting episode: During each contact, the PE to ask HRGs whether needle and syringes have been shared in the last injecting with peer group.

    • If yes, then PE will tick (√) in the corresponding column,

    • If no, PE will mark (×).

  • On weekly basis, the site review will be jointly done with the ORW in which the form will be handed over to the ORW who in turn will check the format for its completeness. The information from the filled in format will be used for the performance tracking, prioritizing and planning for the next week.


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Practice Session:

Let’s fill the form

  • Make 5 groups

  • One person to act as ORW who will fill the format

  • The others to act as PEs and provide information that needs to be filled

  • ORW to fill information for at least 4-5 clients


Pe wise individual hrg compiled monthly sheet for idu intervention

PE WISE INDIVIDUAL HRG COMPILED MONTHLY SHEET FOR IDU INTERVENTION

  • Frequency: Monthly

  • By Whom: ORW

  • For What:

    • To summarize the work done by the PEs

    • To have all information at a glance for programme planning and strategizing

  • The ‘PE Weekly Planning & Activity Sheet for IDU Intervention’ is taken as base to fill this format.


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Practice Session:

Let’s fill the form

  • Continue with the earlier 5 groups

  • One person to act as ORW who will fill the format

  • The others to act as PEs and provide information that needs to be filled

  • Information filled in the earlier format to be used as base to fill this format


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