Strengthening HIV Strategic Information (SSI)
SSI is a five-year (2009 -2014) project funded by CDC. The goal of the project is to develop and support implementation of HIV monitoring and evaluation strategies and tools to track programmatic activities and reporting for decision making and project improvement. Health care workers are trained nationally using the M&E curriculum to improve their capacity in data management.
- Develop capacity of health workers on M&E, data management, analytical and reporting skills as well as data use for decision making.
- Provide technical support and facilitate Ministry of Health to review, revise and roll out simplified M&E framework and reporting tools, policies and standard operating procedures.
- Support and strengthen M&E coordination and collaboration at national and county levels.
- Support quality of care improvement through training, use of simplified data collection and analysis tools and facilitate supportive supervision.
SSI project is implemented by AMREF, Danya International, Afri Afya and ICF Maro. The consortium is collectively known as ADAM.
The role of AfriAfya in the project is training, monitoring and mentoring of health workers.