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  • Examples Formative assessment will identify who the target population is, where they live, lifestyles, culture etc. Anything that gives insight into the lives of the target audience that will help us to design an appropriate intervention Process: We are looking at how the actual implementation was done. If we had planned to recruit 20 peer educators, did we manage that, how did we do the recruitment, what were the challenges. Outcome: Did knowledge on HIV/AIDS increase because of our intervention, are more people using condoms, are people having less casual partners etc. You have to have had a baseline. If KAPB was conducted, it is repeating it and comparing results from before and after intervention. Impact: Did the program reduce the number of new infections, have we stopped or reduced the number of STIs, has the health of target population improved because of our program. The measurements for these require biological data which is not easy to collect. The required data may also need an experiment or long study. It is scientifically verified.
  • Examples: Inputs: are things we put in the program such as the money to run the program, the human resources, training, equipment and any other resources we have put in to make the intervention possible. Outputs: are the activities or service we provided. How many peer educators did we recruit, train, how many meeting did we conduct, how many condoms did we distribute, how many people did we reach, how many information sessions did we conduct, what pamphlets or posters did we give etc Outcomes: have people changed their behaviors. Are people now using condoms, do they have less casual partners, are they abstaining, can they now insist on condom use, has their knowledge improved compare to before the program? Impact: Did the program reduce the number of new infections, have we stopped or reduced the number of STIs, has the health of target population improved because of our program?. The measurements for these require biological data which is not easy to collect. The required data may also need an experiment or long study. It is scientifically verified

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