OVC estimates from DHS

MEASURE Evaluation

This Excel workbook is designed to assist PEPFAR orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) country programs to estimate the size of four groups of potentially vulnerable children.

The workbook includes point estimates and 95-percent confidence intervals at both the national and subnational levels of the proportions of children who live in a household with an HIV-positive adult and the proportion of children who are orphans or co-resident children living in a household with an HIV-positive adult, and extrapolates the observed proportions to numbers of children.

March 28, 2017
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adult HIV prevalence, children, orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), OVC, linear regression, co-resident children, key populations, population survey, regression modeling, PEPFAR, OVC programs, vulnerable children

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