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Report on the Piloting of the Quality, Relevance and Comprehensiveness of Impact Mitigation Services Survey (QIMS) in Swaziland

ABANDONED CHILDREN ABUSE ABUSES ACCESS TO CARE ACCOUNT ACQUIRED IMMUNODEFICIENCY SYNDROME ADEQUATE FOOD AGE GROUPS AGE OF ORPHANS AGED AID ANTIBODIES BASIC NEEDS BIOLOGICAL FATHER BIOLOGICAL MOTHER BIRTH REGISTRATION BIRTHS BLOOD PRODUCTS BRAIN CANCERS CARE FOR CHILDREN CAREGIVERS CELL COUNT CHASTITY CHILD CARE CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES CHRONIC ILLNESS CHRONIC POVERTY CONSISTENT USE OF CONDOMS COUNSELLING CULTURAL FACTORS CULTURAL PRACTICE DEATHS DIET DIETS DISABILITIES DISABILITY DISABLED CHILDREN DISCRIMINATION DISEASE DISEASE CONTROL DISEASE OUTBREAK DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DRUG THERAPY DRUGS DYING ECONOMIC STATUS ELDERLY ELDERLY PERSONS EMERGENCIES EMERGENCY RESPONSE EMOTIONAL SUPPORT EPIDEMIC EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY EXTENDED FAMILIES EXTENDED FAMILY FAMILY HEALTH FAMILY HEALTH INTERNATIONAL FAMILY MEMBERS FAMILY SIZE FAMILY STRUCTURES FATHERS FEMALE FEMALES FOOD INSECURITY FORMAL EDUCATION FORMS OF ABUSE FUNGAL INFECTIONS GENDER GENDER EQUALITY GENDER INEQUALITY GENDER ROLES GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE GLOBAL HIV/AIDS GRIEF HEALTH CARE HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS HEALTH STATUS HIV HIV ANTIBODIES HIV INFECTION HIV POSITIVE HIV TRANSMISSION HOSPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS HUMAN RIGHTS HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS HUSBANDS ILL HEALTH ILLNESS ILLNESSES IMMUNE SYSTEM IMMUNE SYSTEMS IMMUNODEFICIENCY INHERITANCE LABOUR SHORTAGES LEGAL SUPPORT LIFE EXPECTANCY MARITAL STATUS MARRIED MEN MARRIED WOMEN MATERNAL ORPHANS MEDICAL SERVICES MEDICAL TREATMENT MIGRATION MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS MOTHER NATIONAL AIDS NEGATIVE EFFECTS NUCLEOSIDE REVERSE NUMBER OF CHILDREN NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS NUMBER OF ORPHANS NUMBER OF PEOPLE NUMBER OF PERSONS OLD AGE OPINION LEADERS OPPORTUNISTIC ILLNESS OPPORTUNISTIC ILLNESSES OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS ORPHAN ORPHAN CHILDREN ORPHAN STATUS ORPHAN SUPPORT ORPHANS PANDEMIC PARTICULAR CHALLENGES PATERNAL ORPHANS PERSONS IN NEED PHYSICAL VIOLENCE PIT LATRINES PNEUMONIA POLYGAMY PREMATURE DEATH PREVALENCE PRIMARY SCHOOLING PROGRESS PROTEASE INHIBITORS PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT PUBLIC SERVICES QUALITY CONTROL QUALITY OF LIFE QUALITY OF SERVICES REMITTANCES RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESPECT RISK OF EXPOSURE RISK OF TRANSMISSION ROLE OF WOMEN SAFER SEX SAFETY NETS SAME SEX SANITATION SELF-RESPECT SENSITIVE TOPICS SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEMS SERVICE PROVISION SERVICE QUALITY SEX SEXUAL CONTACT SEXUAL PARTNERS SOCIAL SAFETY SOCIAL SCIENCES SOCIAL SYSTEMS SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS SYMPTOMS TERTIARY EDUCATION TOUCH TRADE UNIONS UNAIDS URBAN AREAS VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN VOCATIONAL TRAINING VULNERABILITY VULNERABLE CHILDREN WOMAN WOMEN'S HEALTH YOUNG PEOPLE
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Washington, DC
Africa | Swaziland | Eswatini
2013-03-01T18:57:34Z | 2013-03-01T18:57:34Z | 2011

The delivery of impact mitigation services has not kept pace with the severity and breadth of HIV related impacts in Swaziland. It has become increasingly clear that the emphasis on short term emergency response initiatives must give way to long-term initiatives to help Swaziland cope with the impacts. As a key step in the roll-out of a more coherent and effective impact mitigation response of greater relevance, the National Emergency Response Council on HIV/AIDS (NERCHA) wants to commission a periodic Quality of Impact Mitigation Survey (QIMS) to measure the quality, relevance, and comprehensiveness of impact mitigation services.

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