Browse Indicators

Indicator title
Women referred to FP services from ANC services offering the minimum package to prevent HIV in infants and young children
12 month programme retention rate
Number of adults reported with genital ulcer disease in the past 12 months
Institutionalizing youth-friendly health services
Number of pregnant women aged 15 and older who received testing and counselling in the past 12 months and received their results
Percentage of infants born to HIV-infected women who are started on cotrimoxazole prophylaxis within two months of birth
Forced sex among young people
Number of opioid substitution therapy (OSP) sites
Proportion of HIV-positive registered TB patients given ART during TB treatment
Existence of a coordinating body for TB/HIV activities effective at all levels
Percentage of adults and children with HIV still alive and known to be on antiretroviral therapy 24 months after initiating treatment among patients initiating antiretroviral therapy during 2010
Percentage of health facilities with systems and items for provision of antiretroviral therapy services
HIV Testing in Most-at-risk Populations
Pregnant women counselled and tested for HIV
Involvement of a comprehensive range of governmental, nongovernmental, community and private partners in collaborative TB/HIV activities
Percentage of adults and children enrolled in HIV care who were screened for hepatitis C
Condom distribution in ANC clinics
Percentage of infants born to HIV-infected women who are provided with antiretrovirals to reduce the risk of HIV transmission during breastfeeding
Percentage of target group who can cite at least one facility where they can access T&C services
Number of adults newly enrolled in HIV care (pre-ART or ART) during the reporting period
Sexual decision-making among young people
Percentage of sex workers (SWs) with active syphilis
Continuation of first-line regimen at 6, 12 and 24 months after initiating treatment
Percent of health facilities with record-keeping systems for monitoring HIV/AIDS care and support
Safe practices among young injecting drug users