Meta-evaluation of HIV and AIDS programmes 2010

A meta-evaluation of Concern’s HIV and AIDS programmes based on Concern Worldwide evaluations and mid-term reviews from 2007 – 2009 was carried out by an external consultant in mid 2010.

Primary school children in Tiger Widows village of Chakbara, Garura region, Bangladesh. Photo: Liam Burke / Concern Worldwide.
Primary school children in Tiger Widows village of Chakbara, Garura region, Bangladesh. Photo: Liam Burke / Concern Worldwide.

Many of these evaluations reflect programme implementation under Concern’s first HIV and AIDS Strategy 2004 – 2007.

The main findings of the review were that the Concern HIV and AIDS programme works in diverse contexts using a variety of approaches to tackle the complementary policy aims of prevention and mitigation. Through diversity and flexibility, Concern is responding to the changing needs of people living with HIV (PLHIV) and includes supporting PLHIV with livelihood interventions.  

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