The Community-led Monitoring (CLM) in Asia project is being implemented by the Community Network for Empowerment (CoNE) in Manipur, India, and Peduli Hati in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Technical support for this work is provided by amfAR’s TREAT Asia program in Bangkok, Thailand, and its Andelson Office of Public Policy in Washington DC, USA.
Together, we are working towards understanding the following aspects of care delivery for people living with HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C;
- Service quality
Monitoring of qualitative and quantitative indicators is led by peers from the key population groups at six public health facilities in India and Indonesia that are providing HIV, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C care services.
The qualitative indicator data are collected on a daily basis and entered simultaneously, while the quantitative data are collected and entered on a quarterly basis.