(i)     an assessment of progress toward prevention, treatment, and care targets;

(ii)    an assessment of the effects on health systems, including on the financing and management of health systems and the quality of service delivery and staffing;

(iii)   an assessment of efforts to address gender-specific aspects of HIV/AIDS, including gender-related constraints to accessing services and addressing underlying social and economic vulnerabilities of women and men;

(iv)   an evaluation of the impact of treatment and care programs on 5-year survival rates, drug adherence, and the emergence of drug resistance;

(v)   an evaluation of the impact of prevention programs on HIV incidence in relevant population groups;

(vi)   an evaluation of the impact on child health and welfare of interventions authorized under the Act on behalf of orphans and vulnerable children;

(vii)   an evaluation of the impact of programs and activities authorized in the Act on child mortality; and

(viii) recommendations for improving the HIV/AIDS programs implemented under the U.S. Global Leadership Against HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Reauthorization Act of 2008.

Sponsor: U.S. Department of State.



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