Strategic Information

The Strategic information component of the HIV/AIDS division coordinate monitoring and evaluation of the HIV/AIDS program, surveys and surveillance as well as operational research and measures the program performance by providing comprehensive HIV/AIDS information for evidence-based planning and decision making.

Scope of Activities

  1. Development of the health sector HIV/AIDS M&E framework and plan
  2. Coordinate the monitoring and evaluation of all thematic areas of HIV and STIs program (ART, PMTCT, HTS, Hepatitis, Syphilis)
  3. Define harmonized indicators for the monitoring HIV/AIDS health sector program
  4. Identifies data sources and institutions responsible for generating data
  5. Develop data collection tools and processes
  6. Coordinates reporting for HIV/AIDS information, determines reporting format and data flow
  7. Generation Annual HIV/AIDS health sector report and Fact sheet
  8. Generation of HIV/AIDS Estimates and Projection
  9. Coordination of Data Quality Assurance to address data quality management issues (including developing SOPs, QC and QA)
  10. Coordinates and enforce measures for HIV/AIDS database(NDR) management and security, as well as modalities for data dissemination and use.
  11. Coordinate trainings on HIV/AIDS M&E tools, database and its usage
  12. Coordinate Quarterly M&E TWG meetings
  13. Coordinate Mentoring and Supervisory visits of M&E activities
  14. Coordinate of Data Validation Exercise
  15. Coordination of HIV Surveillance activities (Cased Based Surveillance, HIV Mortality Surveillance, HIV Recency)
  16. Initiates and coordinate the conduct of surveys during the survey year
  17. Identify and involve relevant stakeholders and ensure their cooperation and support
  18. Ensure adequate resources for the surveys
  19. Constitute relevant committees to guide the conduct of the survey
  20. Receive, review and act on progress report from the committees if need be
  21. Dissemination of survey findings to all stakeholders
  22. Use the findings to inform policy makers for proper planning and program implementation
  23. Conduct Operational Research at all levels to assess impact of interventions