Prevention Scorecards and Posters
The prevention scorecards aim to measure and track prevention progress in the priority Fast-Track countries, including on indicators for each of the five prevention pillars, namely adolescent girls and young women, key populations, condoms, voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). Each score is based on a combination of two dimensions: outcome (service utilization/behaviour at the population level), and coverage (people covered by programmes).
The score card seeks to summarize existing data on prevention progress, provide an orientation and be an entry point for comparison, stimulate learning from high-performing programmes and encourage digging deeper into issues of supply, demand, structures and data at the subnational level.
In addition to the scorecards and posters civil society has developed shadow reports in 7 countries with the support of Frontline AIDS. The shadow reports provide important complementary information on the implementation of the 10-point action plan of the HIV Prevention 2020 roadmap and shed light on areas that are often neglected or need further attention. Each report include specific recommendations to governments.
The shadow reports has been supported with funding from The Partnership to Inspire, Transform and Connect the HIV response (PITCH), a joint partnership between Frontline AIDS, Aidsfonds and the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.