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Implementation Evaluation Report

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Federal Initiative on HIV/AIDS Evaluation Management Response and Action Plan

Evaluation Recommendations Management Response
Management Action Plan Deliverables Expected Completion Date
Responsibility
Accountability
1. Finalize Performance Measurement Framework (PMF) and Information Management System (IMS) Agree

Revise and update RMAF.

Develop PMF and IMS implementation plan.

Align key program outputs and outcomes and set realistic timelines.

Appropriate information to revise Federal Initiative RMAF. PWGSC has been retained to help revise RMAF with a Federal Initiative profile, expected results and monitoring and evaluation strategy. Deliverables will include:

 

Director, HIV/AIDS Policy, Co-ordination and Programs Division / Manager, Accountability and Awareness Section Director General, Centre for Communicable Diseases and Infection Control
A concise set of performance indicators will be developed. Frequency, methodology, and data sources will be identified. June 31, 2009
An evaluation matrix will be identified. July 2009
Revised Federal Initiative - RMAF December 31, 2009

2. Implement PMF and IMS

Agree

Implement PMF and IMS by modules (building blocks) between 2009 and 2010.

Define roles and responsibilities for gathering data.

Build capacity among RCs, as appropriate.

Define and better integrate the public health role.

Timelines established for data collection and reporting e.g. Federal Initiative Performance and Information Management Report. Roles and responsibilities identified.

July 31, 2009

Director, HIV/AIDS Policy, Co-ordination and Programs Division / Manager, Accountability and Awareness Section

Director General, Centre for Communicable Diseases and Infection Control

 

Data-gathering tools tested and validated. October 15, 2009
An initial report to identify baseline data will be generated with the implementation of Block 1. January 2010
Workshops and training for RCC. March 2009
(Workshop dates to be confirmed.)
Building block report on summative evaluation. April 10, 2010

3. Strengthen Horizontal Management

 

Agree

 

Identify new and revised horizontal management tools for RCC.

Revised terms of reference for RCC

June 30, 2009, and annually.

Director, HIV/AIDS Policy, Co-ordination and Programs Division / Manager, Accountability and Awareness Section

Director General, Centre for Communicable Diseases and Infection Control

 

Integrated workplan and identification of priorities for 2009/2010, and annually May 1, 2009, and annually

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