Documenting Sustainability of Global HIV/AIDS Efforts through the Transition of Programs to Local Ownership

Categorized Under: Health, International Development, Training + Technical Assistance



ICF International is providing expert technical assistance and service support to facilitate the monitoring, evaluation, and documentation of the CDC's approach to sustainability. In transitioning the anti-retroviral treatment (ART) program to local, indigenous ownership to CDC/DGHA's (Division of Global HIV/AIDS) headquarters, regional, and country offices and programs, ICF is partnering with Ministries of Health (MOH) and others to strengthen their capacities, institutions, and systems to deliver effective and efficient health services for sustained high-quality impact over time.

ICF’s efforts to assist CDC in establishing a strong monitoring framework to measure and assess development also involve helping to develop and implement country-specific plans to assess, monitor, and evaluate the transition of the ART programs and to measure, gather data, evaluate, and document the progress of CDC’s approach to sustainability in the context of the transition of the ART programs to local ownership. Various activities have been underway to support the transition of the ART program to local ownership, such as providing technical assistance and examining progress before, during, and after the transition period.

Insight Details

Client: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

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