The PEPFAR Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting (MER) Database



The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) delivers life-saving services to people affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic in 36 country and regional programs. Founded in 2003, PEPFAR is the largest investment in combating a single disease by a single country in history. To date, more than $47.46 billion has been programmed through bilateral investments in countries.

Since 2015, PEPFAR has greatly expanded access to and availability of programmatic performance data, including at the district and facility level on its own data platform. This database is a creation of amfAR's Public Policy Office and developed to help expand access to HIV programmatic data to strengthen civil society organizations ability to monitor, oversee, and engage with the PEPFAR program at a more robust level. It complements the PEPFAR funding database.

March 19, 2019
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monitoring, monitoring evaluation and reporting (MER), PEPFAR, PEPFAR indicators

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