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Table 5 Monitoring and evaluation system performance 2006–2010, as measured through country-reported UNGASS data

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

   2006 2008 2010
   N1 %2 N1 %2 N1 %2
    (95% CI)   (95% CI)   (95% CI)
HIV M&E system performance
Population-based indicator stream High-burden LMICs 11 50% 20 91% 21 95%
(29–71) (79–100) (87–100)
Other LMICs 11 20% 53 95% 47 84%
(3–36) (85–100) (69–99)
Key population indicator stream High-burden LMICs 5 23% 15 68% 16 73%
(5–40) (49–88) (54–91)
Other LMICs 28 50% 45 80% 46 82%
(29–71) (64–97) (66–98)
Service delivery indicator stream High-burden LMICs 18 82% 22 100% 22 100%
(66–98)
Other LMICs 23 41% 56 100% 56 100%
(21–62)
Sex disaggregated data on antiretroviral therapy3 High-burden LMICs 18 82% 19 86%
(66–98) (72–100)
Other LMICs 35 63% 44 79%
(42–83) (61–96)
HIV M&E performance score High-burden LMICs 11 52% 19 86% 20 89%
(34–69) (73–100) (77–100)
Other LMICs 21 37% 51 92% 50 89%
    (17–57)   (81–100)   (75–100)
  1. Note: Confidence levels above 100% have been capped at 100%.
  2. 1Indicates the number of countries with a response for that group of questions.
  3. 2Percent of 22 high-burden LMICs/56 other LMICs submitting any data for each indicator stream.
  4. 3Excluded from calculation of domain score as the question was not asked in all three reporting cycles.