M&E Framework for Programmes for Most-at-Risk Populations. Regional Workshop on the Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV/AIDS Programs February 14 – 24, 2011 New Delhi, India. What is a Concentrated Epidemic?.
M&E Framework for Programmes for Most-at-Risk Populations
Regional Workshop on the
Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV/AIDS Programs
February 14 – 24, 2011
New Delhi, India
These are sub-populations with elevated levels of HIV-related risk behavior and where there is potential for HIV transmission
Populations may include:
Female sex workers (FSW)
Clients of FSW
Injecting drug users (IDU)
Men who have sex with men (MSM), including male sex workers (MSW)
Source: AIDS in Asia: Face the Facts. MAP Report 2004
Source: Strategizing Interventions among MSM in the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMR)CDC-GAP/USAID-RDM/FHI-APD Workshop, 2004
Source: PLACE in Central Asia: A regional strategy to focus AIDS prevention in Almaty and Karaganda, Kazakhstan; Osh, Krygystan; Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 2002
Data and Sources
Source: PSI Burma, 2007.
Source: MEASURE Evaluation & IPSR, 2006
Exposure to various types of NGO-related information sources about HIV/AIDS among FSWs is high and increasing over time, Terai Highway Districts, Nepal, 1998 – 2002.
Source: FHI, BSS
Source: FHI Bangkok
The Sonagachi Project of Calcutta
Source: Basu, JanaandRotheram-Borus, 2004
Source: FHI Bangkok
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