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  • www.aidsdatahub.org Goals, objectives and scope
  • Bangkok UNAIDS RSTAP UNICEF EAPRO Manila WHO WPRO Asian Development Bank New Delhi WHO SEARO DevInfo Support Group Los Angeles Forgarty, UCLA Data Hub Partners New York UNICEF Geneva UNAIDS & WHO http://www.aidsdatahub.org and http://www.devinfo.info/Evidencetoaction/ Low Level < 5% High Risk Group
      • Generalized >1%Ante-natal Women
    Concentrated > 5% High Risk Group
  • Bangkok UNAIDS, UNICEF Manila WHO WPRO, ADB New Delhi WHO SEARO, DevInfo STAG – network of practitioners and experts Dr Tasnim Azim , Bangladesh Dr. Mean Chhi Vun, Cambodia Dr. Wu Zunyou , China Dr Arvind Pandey, India Dr Indrani Gupta, India Dr. Pandu Riono, Indonesia Dr. Chansy Phimphachanh, Lao PDR Dr. Adeeba Kamarulzaman , Malaysia Dr Min Thwe, Myanmar Dr. Adnan A. Khan, Pakistan Dr. Isimel Urarang Kitur, PNG Dr. Eric Tayag , Philippines Dr & Prof. Roy Chan, Singapore Dr. Kumnuan Ungchusak, Thailand Dr. Hien Tran Nguyen, Vietnam Los Angeles Forgarty, UCLA Jakarta consultant &FHI Data Hub Partners New York UNICEF Geneva UNAIDS & WHO http://www.aidsdatahub.org and http://www.devinfo.info/Evidencetoaction/ Low Level < 5% High Risk Group
      • Generalized >1%Ante-natal Women
    Concentrated > 5% High Risk Group
    • A repository of standard core indicators to facilitate trend analysis - to improve data collation, tracking of trends and coverage as basis for analysis
    • Collates data and info published by countries from all accessible sources in one place (in English). Eg. Thailand and Mongolia have good, updated data but only in national languages
    • Identify inconsistencies, gaps and strengths; it can triangulate data
    • Can validate data sources for accuracy and plausibility with the help of STAG members
    What the data hub is
  • What the data hub is not
      • Not a repository of primary data, it does not store primary data sets
      • It does not collect data
      • It cannot produce multivariate analyses that require primary and time series data
    • Purpose of Evidence to Action Initiative
      • Improve data collation, tracking of trends, progress and coverage as basis for analysis
      • Strengthen data use – for all stakeholders involved in HIV and AIDS programme (national – between departments, among ministries, sub-national and communities) – by making data available and accessible
      • Data for policy and political advocacy
      • Promote a practice of data use, the timely collection of data, application and decision for interventions based on evidence
    What the data hub aims to do
  • Number of countries reporting specific UNGASSS indicators, in 2005 & 2007 (Number of countries) Source: UNAIDS (2008) UNGASS Country Report 2006-2007 * Out of 24 countries in the HIV & AIDS Data Hub
  • Median percentages of coverage of specific interventions in Asia-Pacific region, in 2005 & 2007 Source: UNAIDS (2008) UNGASS Country Report 2006-2007 * Out of 24 countries in the HIV & AIDS Data Hub (%) 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 PMTCT ART Prevention Coverage FSWs Prevention coverage MSM Prevention Cover. IDUs Knowledge 15-24 yr Condom use FSW Condom use MSM IDUs Safe Injection 2005 2007
  • Number of countries* have non-discrimination laws and countries that present obstacles to HIV control, 2006-2007 (Number of countries) Source: UNAIDS (2008) UNGASS National Composite Policy Index (NCPI) 2007 * Out of 24 countries in the HIV & AIDS Data Hub 3 3 3 11 10 13 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 IDUs MSM SWs have non-discrimination laws and regulations have laws or regulations that are obstacles to HIV control
  • Children affected by AIDS – an emerging issue Source: Various country assessments by MOPH, UNICEF or UNCT Data lacking in most countries Country At least one parent died of AIDS Double orphans Children living with HIV Thailand 300,800 30,000 -- Cambodia 60,000 -- 12,000 Papua New Guinea 9,400 -- 5,393 China (end 2005, unofficial) 146,000 single & double orphans 470,000 orphaned or living in a household with an HIV+ parents – unofficial data) 9,000 (in 2005 alone thru MTCT) Vietnam 283,000 -- 19,200
  • Fighting an epidemic with outdated data?
  • Sources from table: