Belgium, Benin, Burundi, China, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ireland, Kyrgyzstan, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique
Peru, South Africa, Sweden, Tanzania, Uganda, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA, Vietnam, Zambia
Researching National & Subnational Effects of Global HIV/AIDS Initiatives at the Country Level
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Gorgens-Albino M. Mohammad N. Blankhart D. Odutolu O.
Global Monitoring and Evaluation Team (GAMET)
HIV/AIDS services, health systems strengthening, Governance, access, vulnerable groups, funding, civil society
This study reviews input, output, and outcome-level results to which the Multi-country AIDS Programme (MAP) contributed.
The aim of this study is to review whether MAP was implemented as designed. The aim is not to evaluate MAP or assess its impact. The study sets out to answer two questions: a) what has MAP done? b) how should MAP measure and report results in the future? It presents results that answer the first question, and provides a Results Scorecard and Generic Results Framework as a response to the second question.
The study draws on secondary data analysis, interviews with World Bank Task Team Leaders, and analysis of data from country feed-back forms.
The principal assertion of the Report is: MAP is in the process of achieving the input and output results it set out to achieve. Although the report does not measure the effect of MAP on outcome and impact indicators, it nevertheless also asserts: MAP has made a contribution to improved outcomes. In support of this assertion, the report provides a detailed table of outcomes to which MAP has contributed.
The Report hints at a number of challenges facing MAP: