TNZ-405-G06-H - Tanzania (United Republic)

Condom Procurement for the Social Marketing Sector

Tanzania has a high prevalence of HIV and AIDS, and the rate of HIV infection is rising rapidly. The program supported by this grant focuses on providing male and female condoms to the sexually active population in Tanzania through social marketing. The program targets the sexually active population, people living with HIV and AIDS, sex workers and youth enrolled and not enrolled in school.


Principal Recipient

Principal Recipient

Population Services International, Tanzania

Community Sector: International NGO

Disbursement

Most Recent Disbursement

01 Oct 2013

US$ 1,549,003

Grant Duration

Grant Period

From: 01 Jul 2005

To: 31 Dec 2016


Component

Component

HIV/AIDS

Implementation Period

Implementation Period

RCC 2 - RCC II

RCC II

A2

Most Recent Performance Rating

Meets expectations


Signed to Date

Total Signed To Date

US$ 61,192,309

Commmited to Date

Total Committed Amount

US$ 33,448,729

Disbursed to Date

Total Amount Disbursed to Date

US$ 33,448,729

Prevention

Behavioral Change Communication - Community Outreach

Behavioral Change Communication - Mass Media

Condom Distribution

Grant Financial Performance



Grant Performance



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A1 - Exceeds expectations
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A2 - Meets expectations
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B1 - Adequate
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N/A - Not rated

Performance Indicators

Indicator Target Actual
Date Period Value Date Period Value
Number of male condoms sold through social marketing as recorded in PSI's Sales Management Information System (MIS). Phase 2: Number of male condoms sold through private outlets RCC Phase 1: Number of male condoms sold through private outlets RCC Phase 2: Number of male condoms distributed nationwide during the last 12 months through the private and NGO sectors 31 Dec 2013 27 613,883,964 31 Dec 2013 27 574,010,819
Number of female condoms sold through social marketing as a recorded in PSI, Sales Management Information System (MIS). Phase 2: Number of female condoms sold through private outlets RCC Phase 1; Number of female condoms sold through private outlets RCC Phase 2: Number of female condoms distributed nationwide during the last 12 months through the private and NGO sectors. RCC Phase 2: Number of female condoms distributed nationwide during the last 12 months through the private and NGO sectors 31 Dec 2013 27 3,866,042 31 Dec 2013 27 3,257,219
RCC Phase 1: Percentage of rural enumeration areas where PSI condoms are sold RCC Phase 2: Percentage of rural enumeration areas where PSI condoms are sold 31 Dec 2013 27 N:
D:
P: 85 %
31 Dec 2013 27 N:
D:
P: 81 %
RCC: Percentage of "Hot Spot" outlets in High-Risk-Zones ("Hot Zones') where PSI condoms are sold RCC Phase 2: Percentage of "Hot Spot" outlets in High-Risk-Zones ("Hot Zones') where PSI condoms are sold 31 Dec 2013 27 N:
D:
P: 90 %
31 Dec 2011 23 N:
D:
P: 87 %
RCC Phase 1: Percentage of women and men aged 15-49 who both correctly identify condom use at every sex as a method to reduce the risk of HIV transmission (female) RCC Phase 2: Percentage of women and men aged 15-49 who both correctly identify condom use at every sex as a method to reduce the risk of HIV transmission (female) 31 Dec 2011 23 N:
D:
P: 73 %
31 Dec 2011 23 N:
D:
P: 0 %
RCC Phase 1: Percentage of mobile men who identify condom use at every sex as a method to reduce the risk of HIV transmission 31 Dec 2013 27 N:
D:
P: 82 %
31 Dec 2013 27 N:
D:
P: 82.8 %
Number of Interpersonal Communication (IPC) sessions addressing the risks of anal sex conducted RCC Phase 1: Number of men who have sex with men (MSM) reached with HIV prevention activities RCC Phase 2: Number of men who have sex with men (MSM) reached with HIV prevention activities 31 Dec 2013 27 1,100 31 Dec 2013 27 3,607
RCC: Number of commercial sex workers reached with HIV prevention activities 31 Dec 2013 27 13,500 31 Dec 2013 27 13,161
RCC Phase 1: Percentage of women and men aged 15-49 who both correctly identify condom use at every sex as a method to reduce the risk of HIV transmission (male) RCC Phase 2: Percentage of women and men aged 15-49 who both correctly identify condom use at every sex as a method to reduce the risk of HIV transmission (male) 31 Dec 2011 23 N:
D:
P: 80 %
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