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Zimbabwe HIV/AIDS Partnership Project & Behaviour Change

Zimbabwe HIV/AIDS Partnership Project & Behaviour Change

CONTENTSACKNOWLEDGMENTS

CONTENTSACKNOWLEDGMENTS ........................................................................................................................... iACRONYMS ............................................................................................................................................... iiEXECUTIVE SUMMARY ......................................................................................................................... viPURPOSE OF THE EVALUATION ............................................................................................................................... viBACKGROUND ............................................................................................................................................................... viMETHODOLOGY ............................................................................................................................................................ viFINDINGS ........................................................................................................................................................................... viCONCLUSIONS .............................................................................................................................................................. viiRECOMMENDATIONS ................................................................................................................................................. viiiSUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE DIRECTIONS .......................................................................................................... ix1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................. 1BACKGROUND: ZIMBABWE PARTNERSHIP PROJECT ...................................................................................... 1OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSESSMENT ............................................................................................................................ 1EVALUATION METHODOLOGY ................................................................................................................................ 22. SETTING ........................................................................................................................................... 4OPERATING ENVIRONMENT ..................................................................................................................................... 4HIV AND AIDS: SITUATION AND RESPONSE ....................................................................................................... 53. EVALUATION FINDINGS ............................................................................................................... 7PROGRESS TOWARD PLANNED RESULTS ............................................................................................................ 7PROGRAM STRUCTURE AND MANAGEMENT................................................................................................... 204. CONCLUSIONS ............................................................................................................................... 23PROJECT PERFORMANCE .......................................................................................................................................... 23IMPACT OF THE PROGRAM ON THE HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC ............................................................................ 23CONTRIBUTIONS TO NATIONAL HIV/AIDS GOALS....................................................................................... 24JOINT DONOR PROGRAMMING ............................................................................................................................ 24HIV/AIDS PARTNERSHIP PROJECT DESIGN AND STRUCTURE .................................................................... 24THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT AND RELATIVE PROGRAM RISK ............................................................. 255. LESSONS LEARNED ...................................................................................................................... 266. PROGRAM RECOMMENDATIONS ............................................................................................ 287. SUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE DIRECTIONS ........................................................................... 30ivZimbabwe HIV/AIDS Partnership Project & Behaviour Change Programme: A Joint USAID/DFID Assessment

APPENDICESAPPENDIX A. SCOPE OF WORK ...................................................................................................... 31APPENDIX B. PERSONS CONTACTED ............................................................................................ 39APPENDIX C. RISK SCENARIOS FOR PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION ANDACHIEVEMENT OF ANTICIPATED RESULTS ................................................................................. 42APPENDIX D. SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COMMUNICATIONS ........................... 44APPENDIX E. SELECTED GRAPHS OF DATA ANALYZED ........................................................ 45APPENDIX F. DATA COLLECTION TOOLS ................................................................................. 46APPENDIX G. SITES VISITED ........................................................................................................... 50APPENDIX H. PARTNERSHIP PROJECT ORGANIZATION CHART .......................................... 51APPENDIX I. REFERENCES .............................................................................................................. 52TABLESTABLE 1. RISK SCENARIO 1: CIRCUMSTANCES REMAIN THE SAME —UNCHANGED RISK (MEDIUM) ........................................................................................................... 42TABLE 2. RISK SCENARIO 2: IMPLEMENTATION ENVIRONMENT DECLINES —INCREASED RISK (HIGH) ..................................................................................................................... 42TABLE 3. RISK SCENARIO 3: IMPLEMENTATION ENVIRONMENT IMPROVES —DECLINING RISKS (LOW) ................................................................................................................... 43Zimbabwe HIV/AIDS Partnership Project & Behaviour Change Programme: A Joint USAID/DFID Assessmentv

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