Evaluating Programs for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care in Developing Countries: A Handbook for Program Managers and Decision Makers

Publish Year : 2001
Publisher : Family Health International
Author Name : Rehle T., Saidel T., Mills S., Magnani R.
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Description :

This Handbook is dedicated to the premise that evaluation must be a critical part of the initial phases of planning effective HIV/AIDS prevention and care programs. It contains guidelines to implement a comprehensive and strategic approach to evaluation. Although not specifically focused on evaluation of gender and HIV/AIDS programmes, this tool provides useful and relevant information.

  


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