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OVC Monitoring & Reporting Ozius Dewa: US AID , Strategic Information [email protected] PEPFAR South Africa OVC Partners M&E Meeting Pretoria February 20, 2014 . Outline. PEPFAR Phases since 2004 Our Purpose in PEPFAR implementation DSD Reporting Requirements MER support to DSD reporting

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OVC Monitoring& ReportingOzius Dewa: USAID,Strategic [email protected] South Africa OVC Partners M&E MeetingPretoriaFebruary 20, 2014
  • PEPFAR Phases since 2004
  • Our Purpose in PEPFAR implementation
  • DSD Reporting Requirements
  • MER support to DSD reporting
  • PEPFAR New Reporting Structure
  • A deliberate omission of the “E” in the title- a much broader question for the group
pepfar phases


PEPFAR support to the South African Government can be described in 3 phases:

2004 – 2008: An emergency response

2009 – 2013: shift in focus from more pronounced DSD to systems strengthening

2014 – 2018: MER

The last phase being the one that we are in now, being the reason why we are gathered here trying to figure out how we can all walk down the aisle as we celebrate our re-defined partnership and collaborative existence

The last phase introduces the MER replacing the NGI. The purpose for the MER is to better characterize and represent what our efforts are in helping promote a better life for the OVCs and their families. It helps us to tell our stories better

our purpose

Our Purpose

The roots of our existence lie in the partnership between PEPFAR and the SAG, which is to support the priorities of the latter as espoused in various policies and policy documents, e.g. NPA, NSP, NSDA, KPAs, etc.

It is to support the SAG in building a strong evidence base to inform decision making and targeted resource allocation

It is to help strengthen systems for a better service delivery to those in need

Thus, our focus should always be on what the mandate of the SAG is to us and all other partners so that we are better able to respond and supporting that developmental need

dsd reporting requirements

DSD Reporting Requirements

Based on a list of Community-Based Interventions/Services List which can be grouped as follows:

Individual beneficiaries

Household/Group level

Organizational level

Personnel (Social Services Personnel)

These broad groupings/categories are further broken down into outcome and output indicators, service type and examples of services to be rendered for each category

CBIMS Service List

how mer support dsd reporting needs

How MER support DSD Reporting Needs

The bigger question that we would like to pose and answer today is how the new MER help us fulfil and support these reporting requirements

Firstly, it is through streamlined reporting

Only 2 broad indicators that we have to respond to:

Total OVCs and Adults served

OVCs and Adults served with access to ART services

Human Resources Training

Secondly, it is through a focus on outcomes (OVC outcomes package)- a move away from a count to proportions and percentages reflective of the shift from DSD to systems strengthening

To be discussed later during this meeting but basically covers all the service categories that we were required to report on a quarterly basis

Now required on a 2 year basis

Data to be generated through special studies

Can the data be collected on an annual/periodic basis? What is the impact on the sample size for the 2 year special studies?

Third, Support to CBOs and the new Community-Based Interventions Management System (CBIMS)

Information systems need to be focused on supporting the successful roll-out of the CBIMS system through the comprehensive infrastructure of the CBOs across the country

pepfar new reporting requirements

PEPFAR New Reporting Requirements

Dicsussionon the new set of indicators and the calculus/algorithm for SASI Manual

way forward

Way Forward

Re-writing of the SASI Manual incorporating comments from partners

Roll-out the new SASI manual

Defining the nature of special studies for the outcomes package indicators

Active support of CBIMS- training of partners in CBIMS use and support to CBOs

Defining systems strengthening and its measurement

A focus on evaluation