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Indicator Working Group

UNAIDS IATT on Education Working Group


    To help guide the IATT and member organizations on methods and instruments to measure the impact of education sector programs on HIV and AIDS.

    Working Group Tasks

    • Identify key questions to be addressed by the education sector that demonstrate meaningful impact on indicators of key importance to the health sector (for example, impact on behaviour change that reduces vulnerability to HIV and AIDS, or improved knowledge about access to services;

    • Identify key indicators that provide meaningful measure of progress on identified questions;

    • Identify exemplary models of tools, questionnaires, processes that have effectively measured progress on identified indicators in education programs;

    • Provide realistic and user friendly guidance on setting targets;

    • Provide user friendly guidance on linking processes and instruments with other impact assessments in education (curriculum referenced testing, etc.).


    The UNAIDS IATT on Education supports the development of an M&E; framework for education sector responses to HIV and AIDS
    London, UK
    • 10-11-2009 to 
    • 11-11-2009
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    Europe and North America Latin America and the Caribbean Africa Arab States Asia Pacific