Browse Indicators

Indicator title
Percentage of Total Expenditures Spent on Food in HIV-affected Households
The AIDS Programme Effort Index (API)
Monitoring and evaluation of collaborative TB/HIV activities
Orphans school attendance
(TB_STAT) (including TB_STAT_POS) Percentage of new and relapse TB cases with documented HIV status
Retail outlets and services with condoms in stock
Number of health facilities that offer paediatric antiretroviral therapy (ART)
Percentage of health facilities with ART services which also provide comprehensive care, including prevention services, for HIV-positive clients
Number and percentage of HIV-infected adults and children assessed for ART eligibility through either clinical staging or CD4 testing
Number of service outlets providing counseling and testing according to national or international standards
Prisoners: HIV Prevalence
Laboratory capacity to monitor antiretroviral combination therapy
Number of health care workers who successfully completed an in-service training program within the reporting period
Use of specified health services by young people
National monitoring and evaluation capacity
(PP_PREV) Number of priority populations (PP) reached with the standardized, evidence-based intervention(s) required that are designed to promote the adoption of HIV prevention behaviors and service uptake
Number of injecting drug users (IDUs) on opioid substitution therapy
Percentage of injecting drug users with HIV still alive and known to be on treatment a) 12 months, b) 24 months and c) 60 months after initiation of antiretroviral therapy
Quality post HIV test counselling
Migrants: HIV testing
(TX_CURR) Number of adults and children currently receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART)
Percentage of health facilities providing ART using CD4 monitoring in line with national guidelines or policies, either on site or through referral [disaggregated by sector (public, private)]
AIDS-related mortality
Proportion of HIV-positive clients given treatment for latent TB infection
Reduction in HIV prevalence