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Table 2 Summary of government commitment to HIV monitoring and evaluation systems among low- and middle-income countries who completed the NCPI questionnaires in 2006, 2008, and 2010

From: A decade of investments in monitoring the HIV epidemic: how far have we come? A descriptive analysis

   2006 2008 2010
   N1 Score N1 Score N1 Score
Government commitment
HIV M&E plan High-burden LMICs 22 64% 22 95% 22 95%
(44–83) (89–100) (86–100)
Other LMICs 46 61% 56 83% 55 83%
(50–72) (75–91) (75–91)
HIV M&E plan budget High-burden LMICs 20 78% 22 98% 21 95%
(58–97) (93–100) (85–100)
Other LMICs 40 65% 52 75% 39 78%
(51–79) (66–84) (65–91)
Secured funding for HIV M&E plan budget High-burden LMICs 16 69% 20 70% 20 60%
(43–94) (48–92) (36–84)
Other LMICs 25 72% 39 69% 28 43%
(53–91) (54–84) (23–62)
HIV M&E expenditure monitoring2 High-burden LMICs 20 80%
(61–99)
Other LMICs 25 80%
(63–97)
HIV M&E framework present in national strategic plan2 High-burden LMICs 22 100% 22 91%
(78–100)
Other LMICs 55 91% 56 93%
(83–99) (86–100)
Government commitment score High-burden LMICs 22 65% 22 88% 22 81%
(49–81) (80–96) (70–92)
Other LMICs 46 57% 56 72% 55 65%
    (47–68)   (65–80)   (59–72)
  1. Note: Confidence levels above 100% have been capped at 100%.
  2. 1Indicates the number of countries with a response for that question.
  3. 2Excluded from calculation of domain score as the question was not asked in all three reporting cycles.