Ensuring Program Quality and Progress through Monitoring & Evaluation

Understanding if the project is achieving what it set out to do


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Monitoring and evaluation enables programs to track targets for the project against what is actually happening and provides insights for program improvement. You will need to develop an appropriate an M&E system for your program. Figuring out what that system is involved balancing the need for a wide range of information about PrEP uptake, continuation, adherence, and infection with the feasibility of collecting and compiling those data. The intensity of data collection may change as programs go to scale.

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Last updated April 16, 2018.

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