Evaluating Social Change Communication for HIV/AIDS: New directions
In this paper we explore a range of innovative approaches to evaluation that to date have been largely unknown or underused in the field of HIV and AIDS. Reflecting on dominant evaluation practice – in the context of wider shifts in HIV and AIDS programming – we highlight how innovations in evaluation and learning from various social sciences fields can be used to strengthen the assessment of social change, especially social change in how communities and individuals manage HIV.
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