Browse Indicators

Indicator title
Percentage of orphaned and vulnerable children aged 5–17 years who report improvement in their emotional well-being
Orphans living with siblings
Percentage of infants born to HIV-infected women who are started on cotrimoxazole prophylaxis within two months of birth
12-Month Infant HIV-Free Survival (HFS)
Percentage of children who are vulnerable
Prevention of mother-to-child transmission during breastfeeding
Workplace HIV/AIDS control: international organizations
Young people’s participation in HIV/AIDS prevention programmes
Knowledge of prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV
The Basket Indicator – Strengthen HIV integration
Women referred to FP services from ANC services offering the minimum package to prevent HIV in infants and young children
Provision of Therapeutic or Supplementary Food to Undernourished PLHIV
(HRH_CURR) Number of health workers who are working on HIV-related activities and are receiving any type of support from PEPFAR, as well as total spend on these workers
Existence of a coordinating body for TB/HIV activities effective at all levels
Number of People Living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV) reached with a minimum package of Prevention with PLHIV (PwP) interventions
Drug supply at STI care services
Distribution of feeding practices (exclusive breastfeeding, replacement feeding, mixed feeding/other) for infants born to HIV-infected women at DPT3 visit
(OVC_HIVSTAT) Percentage of orphans and vulnerable children (<18 years old) with HIV status reported to implementing partner.
Most-at-risk Populations: Knowledge about HIV Prevention
Basic material needs
Higher risk sex in the last year
Number of adults reported with genital ulcer disease in the past 12 months
(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
Involvement of a comprehensive range of governmental, nongovernmental, community and private partners in collaborative TB/HIV activities
Migrants: Condom Use