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close this bookEnhancing the Greater Involvement of People Living or affected by HIV/AIDS (GIPA) in sub-Saharan Africa (UNAIDS, 2000, 28 p.)
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View the documentThe UNV pilot project to support people living with HIV and AIDS
View the documentPhase 1 - Selecting pilot countries
View the documentPhase 2 - Launching the project in the two selected countries
View the documentPhase 3 - Designing a monitoring and evaluation framework
View the documentPhase 4 - Selecting candidates for NUNV posts and identifying future training needs
View the documentPhase 5 - Capacity building
View the documentPhase 6 - Translation of the monitoring and evaluation framework into an operational tool for day-to-day management
View the documentUN support to GIPA in South Africa
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Phase 3 - Designing a monitoring and evaluation framework

The uniqueness of the design of this pilot initiative was the participatory development of a monitoring and evaluation framework. A technical mission visited both countries and worked with the project's main stakeholders to develop three major elements of the initiative: i) a monitoring and evaluation framework; ii) a process that will enable those involved to identify and meet the training and support needs of the Project; and iii) a decision-making process for the use and monitoring of the project's micro-grants facility.

Using the process facilitation approach as outlined in the UNDP manual, the facilitators worked with key players to achieve the following outcomes:

i) a Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for each country;
ii) Guidelines for the Management and Operations of the Micro-Grants Facility;
iii) a document on Training and Support Strategies, including checklists for follow-up activities.