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             Prevention: BCC - Mass media
             Prevention: BCC - community outreach
             Prevention: Condom distribution
             Prevention: Testing and Counseling
             Prevention: PMTCT
             Prevention: Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)
             Prevention: STI diagnosis and treatment
             Prevention: Blood safety and universal precaution
             Treatment: Antiretroviral treatment (ARV) and monitoring
             Treatment: Prophylaxis and treatment for opportunistic infections
             Care and support: Care and support for the chronically ill
             Care and support: Support for orphans and vulnerable children
             TB/HIV collaborative activities: Intensified case-finding among PLWHA
             TB/HIV collaborative activities: Prevention of TB disease in PLWHA
             TB/HIV collaborative activities: Prevention of HIV in TB patients
             TB/HIV collaborative activities: Prevention of opportunistic infections in PLWHA with TB
             TB/HIV collaborative activities: HIV care and support for HIV-positive TB patients
             TB/HIV collaborative activities: Provision of antiretroviral treatment for TB patients during TB treatment
             Supportive environment: Policy development including workplace policy
             Supportive environment: Strengthening of civil society and institutional capacity building
             Supportive environment: Stigma reduction in all settings
             TB: Identification of infectious cases
             TB: Timely detection and quality treatment of cases
             TB: MDR-TB
             TB: PPM (Public Private Mix)
             Supportive Environment: Laboratory
             Supportive Environment: Human resources
             Supportive Environment: Community TB care (CTBC)
             Prevention: Insecticide-treated nets (ITNs)
             Prevention: Malaria prevention during pregnancy
             Prevention: Vector control (other than ITNs)
             Treatment: Prompt, effective anti-malarial treatment
             Treatment: Home based management of malaria
             Treatment: Diagnosis
  Supportive environment: Monitoring drug resistance
Supportive environment: Monitoring insecticide resistance
             Supportive environment: Coordination and partnership development (national, community, public-private)
             Service delivery
             Human resources
             Community Systems Strengthening
             Information system & Operational research
             Infrastructure
             Procurement and Supply management
M&E Attachment to Grant Agreement

Attachment 1 to Annex A: Indicators, Targets, and Periods Covered

Program Details
Country:                        Ukraine

Disease:                        HIV/AIDS
Grant number:                   UKR-607-G05-H

Principal Recipient:            ICF "International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine"
Name of Programme:              Support for HIV and AIDS Prevention, Treatment and Care for Most
                                Vulnerable Populations in Ukraine
A. Periods covered and dates for disbursement requests and progress updates

                                                                  Period 1            Period 2           Period 3            Period 4           Period 5         Period 6        Period 7           Period 8
Period Covered:                                                1 August - 30 Sep    1 Oct - 31 Dec     1 Jan - 31 Mar      1 Apr - 30 Jun      1 Jul - 30 Sep   1 Oct -31 Dec   1 Jan - 31 Mar    1 Apr - 31 July
                                                                     2007               2007               2008                2008                2008             2008            2009              2009
Date Disbursement Request/Progress Update
due:                                                             15 Nov 2007         15 Feb 2008        15 May 2008         15 Aug 2008        15 Nov 2008      15 Feb 2009     15 May 2009        15 Sep 2009


Annual Report Due
Date:                           31 October 2008              31 October 2009

Audit Report Due Date:
                                30 June 2008                 30 June 2009


B. Program Goal, impact and ouctome indicators

             Goal:                                        To reduce HIV transmission and AIDS-related morbidity and mortality in Ukraine through interventions focused on at-risk populations.


                                                                                                                                                                                                        Baseline                                      Targets
Impact / outcome Indicator                                                                    Indicator formulation
                                                                                                                                                                                   Value                Year           Source       Year 1   Year 2   Year 3    Year 4   Year 5

Impact                                HIV prevalence among injecting drug users
                                                                                                                                                                                    30%                 2006        UNGASS report                       28%               26%
                                      IDUs: safe injecting and sexual practices (Percentage of IDUs who report having adopted behaviours that reduce transmission of
Outcome
                                      HIV, i.e. who both avoid sharing injecting equipment and use condoms in the last 12 months)
                                                                                                                                                                                    53%                 2006        UNGASS report                       55%               65%
Impact                                HIV prevalence among female commercial sex workers
                                                                                                                                                                                    20%                 2006        UNGASS report                       18%               16%
                                      Percentage of MSM who report using condoms (Percentage of men reporting the use of a condom the last time they had anal sex
Outcome
                                      with a male partner)                                                                                                                          72%                 2004        UNGASS report                       80%               85%
                                      Percentage of CSWs who report using condoms (Percentage of female CSWs who report using a condom with their most recent
Outcome
                                      client, of sex workers surveyed having had sex with any client in the last 12 months)                                                         85%                 2006        UNGASS report                       92%               94%

C. Program Objectives, Service Delivery Areas and Indicators

 Objective
                                                                                                                                                  Objective formulation
 Number
             1   To ensure sufficient access to integrated prevention, treatment, care and support for marginalized populations (Alliance, Ukraine acting as a PR)
             2   To scale up comprehensive HIV care and treatment and ensure equitable access for IDUs and other vulnerable populations (PLWH Network acting as a PR)
             3   To expand access to compehensive adherence counceling, psycho-social support and care for PLWH (PLWH Network acting as a PR)
             4   To create a supportive environment for a sustainable and sufficient response to HIV/AIDS in Ukraine (split between two PRs: PLWH Network and Alliance, Ukraine)*
             5   To monitor and evaluate grant implementation and strengthen the national M&E system (split between two PRs: PLWH Network and Alliance, Ukraine)
                 *Alliance is not significantly contributing to this objective in Phase I, thus no indicators for OB 4 are provided in this document.




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                          Indicato
             Service                                        Directly            Baseline (if applicable)            Targets (cumulative                                    Quarterly targets for Years 1 and 2
Objective                                  Indicator




                            r Nr.
             Delivery                                         tied                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Comments
Number                                   formulation                   Value           Year           Source         Year1       Year2        Q1          Q2          Q3           Q4          Q5          Q6          Q7          Q8
              Area*                                          (Y/N)1

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The targets include the baselines to take into account progress during the R1 grant.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            This indicator is to be reported on the basis of NGOs' programmatic records. Number of individuals rather than person
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            contacts will be reported. This is achieved by means of assigning an individual code to each client at the NGO level
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (stated on the client card) and registering the provision of all prevention services (except for anonymous ones, i.e. VCT,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            STI diagnostics, etc.) against the client's code during each contact. Data from daily registers indicating what services
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and consumables were provided to individual clients are regularly entered into the SyrEx database, where they are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            aggregated against client codes, and further quarterly reported to the PR. Although the database enables counting both
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            individuals and person contacts during a certain period, only individuals reached will be aggregated and reported under
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            this indicator to the GF. The same system works to track the coverage of IDUs, CSWs, MSM and prisoners. An IDU is
                                     IDUs reached by                                                                                                                                                                                        “reached by prevention services” if he/she received the minimum package of services (syringe, condom, informational
            Prevention:                                                                            programmatic
                                     HIV/AIDS                                                                       150,000 /   170,000 /   125,000 / 132,000 /    140,000 /    150,000 /   160,000 /   163,000 /   166,000 /   170,000 /   materials, consultation of a social worker
            BCC -                                                                                     reporting
1                         1          prevention                Y       110,407     Dec. 31, 2006                     325,000     325,000     325,000 325,000        325,000      325,000     325,000     325,000     325,000     325,000    and a referral to another specialist, depending on the client’s needs) and has
            community                                                                                  of sub-
                                     programs (number                                                                 (46%)       (52%)      (38.5%) (40.6%)         (43%)        (46%)      (49.2%)      (50%)       (51%)       (52%)     continued access to the prevention services offered by the project. In accordance
            outreach                                                                                 recipients                                                                                                                             with the 'continued access' concept of this definition, IDUs covered by prevention
                                     and %)                                                                                                                                                                                                 services in Rd 1 (baseline value + new clients reached through Rd 1 funding since
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the date of baseline) will continue to be provided with access to services under the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Rd 6 grant, and are thus included in the targets set for corresponding periods.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Same figures will be reported in the programmatic updates for both grants under
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            this indicator during the period of overlap between the Round 1 and Round 6 grants,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            representing the overall coverage reached by joint funding. Only coverage of SRs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            that receive funding from GF grant (exclusively or among other sources)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            will be accounted for under this indicator. Programmatic reporting of NGOs will be organized
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            accordingly.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The targets include the baselines to take into account progress during the R1 grant.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            This indicator is to be reported on the basis of NGOs' programmatic records. Number of individuals rather than person
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            contacts will be reported. This is achieved by means of assigning an individual code to each client at the NGO level
                                     Commercial sex                                                                                                                                                                                         (stated on the client card) and registering the provision of all prevention services (except for anonymous ones, i.e. VCT,
                                     workers (CSWs)                                                                                                                                                                                         STI diagnostics, etc.) against the client's code during each contact. Data from daily registers indicating what services
            Prevention:                                                                            programmatic                                                                                                                             and consumables were provided to individual clients are regularly entered into the SyrEx database, where they are
                                     reached by                                                                     20,000 /    23,000 /    17,000 /    18,000 /   19,000 /      20,000 /    21,000 /    21,500 /   22,200 /    23,000 /
            BCC -                                                                                     reporting                                                                                                                             aggregated against client codes, and further quarterly reported to the PR. Although the database enables counting both
1                         2          HIV/AIDS                  Y       15,459      Dec. 31, 2006                    110,000     110,000     110,000     110,000    110,000       110,000     110,000     110,000    110,000     110,000
            community                                                                                  of sub-                                                                                                                              individuals and person contacts during a certain period, only individuals reached will be aggregated and reported under
                                     prevention                                                                      (18%)       (21%)      (15.5%)     (16.4%)    (17.3%)        (18%)       (19%)      (19.5%)    (20.2%)      (21%)      this indicator to the GF. The same system works to track the coverage of IDUs, CSWs, MSM and prisoners. A CSW is
            outreach                                                                                 recipients
                                     programs (number                                                                                                                                                                                       “reached by prevention services” if he/she received the minimum package of services (condom, syringe (if needed),
                                     and %)                                                                                                                                                                                                 informational materials, consultation of a social
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            worker and a referral to another specialist, depending on the client’s needs) and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            has continued access to the prevention services offered by the project. In
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            accordance with the 'continued access' concept of this definition, CSWs covered


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The targets include baselines to take into account progress of the R1 grant.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            This indicator is to be reported on the basis of NGOs' programmatic records. Number of individuals rather than person
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            contacts will be reported. This is achieved by means of assigning an individual code to each client at the NGO level
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (stated on the client card) and registering the provision of all prevention services (except for anonymous ones, i.e. VCT,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            STI diagnostics, etc.) against the client's code during each contact. Data from daily registers indicating what services
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and consumables were provided to individual clients are aggregated against client codes, and further quarterly reported
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            to the PR. Although the database enables counting both individuals and person contacts during a certain period, only
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            individuals reached will be aggregated and reported under this indicator to the GF. The same system works to track the
            Prevention:              MSM reached by                                                programmatic                                                                                                                             coverage of IDUs, CSWs, MSM and prisoners. An MSM is “reached by prevention services” if he/she received the
                                                                                                                    11,000 /    13,800 /    7,500 /     8,500 /    9,600 /       11,000 /    12,000 /    12,500 /   13,000 /    13,800 /
            BCC -                    prevention                                                       reporting                                                                                                                             minimum package of services (condom, informational materials, consultation of a social worker and a referral to another
1                         3                                    Y        5,007      Dec. 31, 2006                    177,000     177,000     177,000     177,000    177,000       177,000     177,000     177,000    177,000     177,000
            community                programs (number                                                  of sub-                                                                                                                              specialist, depending on the client’s needs) and has continued access to the prevention services offered
                                                                                                                     (6.2%)      (7.8%)      (4.2%)      (4.8%)     (5.4%)        (6.2%)      (6.8%)      (7%)       (7.3%)      (7.8%)     by the project. In accordance with the 'continued access' concept of this definition, MSM
            outreach                 and %)                                                          recipients
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            covered by prevention services in Rd 1 (baseline value + new clients reached through Rd 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            funding since the date of baseline) will continue to be provided with access to services under
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the Rd 6 grant, and are thus included in the targets set for corresponding periods. Same
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             figures will be reported in the programmatic updates for both grants under this indicator
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            during the period of overlap between the Round 1 and Round 6 grants, representing the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            overall coverage reached by joint funding. Only coverage of SRs that receive funding from GF
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            grant (exclusively or among other sources) will be accounted for under this indicator).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Programmatic reporting of NGOs will be organized accordingly.


                                     Street children                                                                                                                                                                                        This indicator will be reported based on State statistics on the number of children reached by state shelters for
            Prevention:
                                     reached by                                                                                                                                                                                             underaged and juvenile detention centers where training of teachers and counselors is planned to be conducted. As
            BCC -
1                         4          prevention                N         0         Dec. 31, 2006 state statistics       -        66,600         -          -           -            -           -           -           -        66,600     State statistics is updated on the yearly basis and full training course will be completed in Year 2 of programme
            community
                                     programs (number                                                                                                                                                                                       implementation, actual for this indicator will be reported in Q8.
            outreach                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Number of individuals rather than person contacts will be reported.
                                     and %)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            The targets include baselines to take into account progress of the R1 grant.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            This indicator is to be reported on the basis of NGOs' programmatic records. Number of individuals rather than person
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            contacts will be reported. This is achieved by means of assigning an individual code to each client at the NGO level
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (stated on the client card) and registering the provision of all prevention services (except for anonymous ones, i.e. VCT,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            STI diagnostics, etc.) against the client's code during each contact. Data from daily registers indicating what services
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            and consumables were provided to individual clients are aggregated against client codes, and further quarterly reported
            Prevention:              Prisoners reached                                             programmatic                                                                                                                             to the PR. Although the database enables counting both individuals and person contacts during a certain period, only
                                                                                                                    38,500 /    43,500 /     34,000 /   35,500 /   37,000 /      38,500 /    40,500 /    41,500 /   42,500 /    43,500 /
            BCC -                    with HIV prevention                                              reporting                                                                                                                             individuals reached will be aggregated and reported under this indicator to the GF. The same system works to track the
1                         5                                    Y       29,073      Dec. 31, 2006                    160,000     160,000      160,000    160,000    160,000       160,000     160,000     160,000    160,000     160,000     coverage of IDUs, CSWs, MSM and prisoners. A prisoner is “reached by prevention services” if he/she received the
            community                programs (number                                                  of sub-
                                                                                                                     (24%)       (27%)      (21.25%)    (22.2%)    (23.1%)        (24%)      (25.3%)      (26%)     (26.6%)      (27%)      minimum package of services (informational materials and consultation of a social worker; condoms are also available
            outreach                 and %)                                                          recipients                                                                                                                             for prisoners but are not included into the minimum package) and has continued access to the prevention services
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            offered by the project. In accordance with the 'continued access' concept of this definition, prisoners covered by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            prevention services in Rd 1 (baseline value + new clients reached through Rd 1 funding since the date of baseline) will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            continue to be provided with access to services under the Rd 6 grant, and are thus included in the targets set for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            corresponding periods. Target values for this indicator are higher than the numbers budgeted for in Workplan for OB1,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            since during Rd1 and Rd6 overlap, prisoners previously covered through Rd1 funding will continue receiving services
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            under this grant, and thus were not budgeted for in Rd 6. Thus, while the budget accounts for Rd 6 funding only, targets
                                     Number VCTs                                                                                                                                                                                            Since HIV testing and counseling is provided anonymously, number of tests conducted, rather than number of people
                                     conducted                                                                                                                                                                                              tested, will be counted under this indicator. The targets set for this indicator do not correspond exactly to proposed
            Prevention:                                                                          programmatic                                                                                                                               schedule of HIV tests procurement, since they illustrate their actual utilization in the regions, and a certain time lag in
                                     (including provision
            BCC -                                                                                   reporting                                                                                                                               this case is inevitable. Further, rapid HIV tests procured under Rd 1 funding and used during the period of overlap of Rd
1                         6          of test results) for      Y        7,861      Dec. 31, 2006                     46,040     158,600      5,000      10,000      22,760       46,040      74,180      102,320    130,460     158,600     1 and Rd 6 funding will be also reported under this indicator in programmatic performance updates for relevant periods.
            community                                                                                of sub-
                                     HIV with rapid tests                                                                                                                                                                                   VCT with rapid tests will be performed through NGOs implementing prevention projects with involvement of trained
            outreach                                                                               recipients
                                     among vulnerable                                                                                                                                                                                       medical staff primarily from the regional AIDS Centers. It is planned that 15 000 VCT rapid test kits will be procured with
                                     groups                                                                                                                                                                                                 Rd1 funds and another 143 600 rapid test kits will be procured with Rd6 budget over 2 years.

            Prevention:              Number of STI                                                 programmatic                                                                                                                             Since STI screening is provided anonymously, number of screenings conducted, rather than number of people
            BCC -                    screeening tests                                                 reporting                                                                                                                             screened, will be counted under this indicator. The targets set for this indicator do not correspond exactly to proposed
1                         7                                    Y         0         Dec. 31, 2006                     32,600     153,830        0           0        8,150        32,600      62,900      93,215     123,500     153,830     schedule of STI tests procurement, since they illustrate their actual utilization in the regions, and a certain time lag in this
            community                provided to                                                       of sub-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            case is inevitable.
            outreach                 vulnerable groups                                               recipients
                            Indicato
               Service                                        Directly            Baseline (if applicable)          Targets (cumulative                                       Quarterly targets for Years 1 and 2
Objective                                   Indicator




                              r Nr.
               Delivery                                         tied                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Comments
Number                                    formulation                1    Value          Year          Source        Year1        Year2         Q1          Q2          Q3            Q4           Q5           Q6        Q7       Q8
                Area*                                          (Y/N)
                                       Number of STI
             Prevention:               counseling and                                                programmatic                                                                                                                          Since STI treatment (as well as STI screening) is provided anonymously, number of STI treatment courses rather than
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           number of people treated, will be counted under this indicator. The targets set for this indicator do not correspond
             BCC -                     treatment courses                                                reporting
1                           8                                    Y          0        Dec. 31, 2006                   8,056        38,206         0           0         2,014         8,056       15,593       23,130     30,668   38,206   exactly to proposed schedule of STI drugs procurement, since they illustrate their actual utilization in the regions, and a
             community                 received by people                                                of sub-                                                                                                                           certain time lag in this case is inevitable. At the same time, targets for this indicator are in line with targets for the
             outreach                  from vulnerable                                                 recipients                                                                                                                          previous indicator (on STI tests conducted).
                                       groups
             Prevention:               Number of visits by                                           programmatic                                                                                                                          Mobile clinics allow reaching out for clients (members of vulnerable population groups - IDUs, CSWs and possibly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           MSM) in remote geographical localities, as compared to usual service delivery points (both stationary and outreach),
             BCC -                     people from                                                      reporting
1                           9                                    Y          0        Dec. 31, 2006                   9,000        30,000         0           0         4,000         9,000       14,000       19,000     24,000   30,000   thus widening the geographical area covered by prevention services. Since the majority of services provided by mobile
             community                 vulnerable groups to                                              of sub-                                                                                                                           clinics are of anonymous nature, number of visits, rather than number of people served, will be counted under this
             outreach                  mobile clinics                                                  recipients                                                                                                                          indicator. Targets were set assuming 14 mobile clinics working 150 days per year reaching 10 clients per day.


                                                                                                     programmatic                                                                                                                          This indicator is to be reported on the basis of NGOs' programmatic records quarterly during the first year. After
             Prevention:               Number of condoms
                                                                                                        reporting                                                                                                                          finalization of negotiations with USAID and World Bank on provision of free condoms, amendments will be introduced to
1            Condom         10         distributed to            Y       3,830,177 Dec. 31, 2006                  17,305,000 23,980,000 500,000 3,860,000 10,580,000 17,305,000 18,973,750 20,642,500 22,311,250 23,980,000                Attachment 1&2 against this indicator to acknowledge for other sources of funding apart from GF (not directly tied to GF
                                                                                                         of sub-
             distribution              vulnerable groups                                                                                                                                                                                   funding). Condoms will be distributed among IDUs, CSWs, MSM and prisoners.
                                                                                                       recipients

                                       Number of peer
             Prevention:               outreach workers                                              programmatic                                                                                                                          The targets are composed of 225 CSWs (9 organizations * 25 peers per organization) and 250 IDUs (50 organizations *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           5 peers per organization) trained in Y1 and 425 CSWs (17 * 25) and 300 IDUs (60 * 5) trained in Y2 . Since it is likely
             BCC -                     trained and                                                      reporting
1                           11                                   Y          0        Dec. 31, 2006                    475          725           -           -           -            475           -                -     -       725     that people trained in Y1 will also be trained in Y2 (in another topic), the targets do not add up over the years and will be
             community                 providing outreach                                                of sub-                                                                                                                           reported non-cumulatively. Outreach services provided by trained outreach workers will include provision of IEC
             outreach                  services for                                                    recipients                                                                                                                          (including printed materials), condoms, lubricants, syringes, and / or referrals to other service providers.
                                       vulnerable groups


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Both epidemiological and behavioral surveys are counted under this indicator. All reported surveys will be funded
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           through the GF grants; during the period of overlap of Rd 1 and Rd 6 grants, surveys funded through both grants will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           reported under this attachment. In year 1 the following sentinel surveillance surveys are planned: (i) epidemiological
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           surveillance among IDUs (12 oblasts, total sample size around 2600 IDUs) and CSWs (10 oblasts, total sample size
             Supportive                                                                                                                                                                                                                    around 1000 CSW), (ii) behavioral surveillance among IDUs (12 oblasts, total sample size around 3000, based on RDS
             environment                                                                                                                                                                                                                   methodology), (iii) behavioral surveillance among CSWs (12 oblasts, total sample size around 1200, based on RDS
             :                                                                                                                                                                                                                             methodology), (iv) behavioral surveillance among street children (6 oblasts, total sample size around 600), (v) cohort
             Coordination                                                                                                                                                                                                                  survey among prisoners (7 penitentiary institutions, total sample size around 1400). All five surveys will be funded
                                       Number of sentinel                                                                                                                                                                                  through Round 1 funding. In year 2 the following sentinel surveillance surveys are planned: (i) epidemiological
             and
                                       surveillance surveys                                            internal                                                                                                                            surveillance among IDUs (12 oblasts, total sample size
5            partnership 12                                      Y          11       Dec. 31, 2006                     5            11            -          -            -            5             -               -     -       11
                                       conducted among                                                 records                                                                                                                             around 2600 IDUs) and CSWs (10 oblasts, total sample size around 1000 CSW),
             developmen                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (ii) behavioral surveillance among IDUs (12 oblasts, sample size 3000, based
                                       vulnerable groups
             t (national,                                                                                                                                                                                                                  on RDS methodology), (iii) behavioral surveillance among CSWs (12 oblasts,
             community,                                                                                                                                                                                                                    total sample size around 1200, based on RDS methodology), (iv) behavioral
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           surveillance among MSM (6 oblasts, sample size 600, based on RDS
             public-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           methodology), (v) recent seroconversion study among IDUs, donors and
             private)                                                                                                                                                                                                                      pregnant women (nested case-control linked study; total sample 300 cases
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           and 300 controls), (vi) survey on estimates of size of most at risk populations
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           (desk review and multiplier method based on data from 12 oblasts).
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           All six surveys will be funded through Round 6 funding.



1. Put "Y" (yes) if results are directly tied to Global Fund financing, put "N" (no) if targets described for a particular SDA reflect results of a broader national, regional or institutional programme to which
D. Program Budget (nominal dollars)

Summary period budget by program component and                                                     Year 1 + 2 budget break-down
                                                                                                                                                        Year 1 + 2 budget
implementing partner/organization                                        Q1             Q2              Q3           Q4        Q5    Q6       Q7   Q8

Objective 1: To ensure sufficient access to integrated prevention,
                                                                     1,170,671.45   1,282,112.64   1,013,520.57   955,631.48        8,694,116.23         13,116,052.38
treatment, care and support for marginalized populations

Objective 4: To create a supportive environment for a sustainable
and sufficient response to HIV/AIDS in Ukraine (in the part             0.00           0.00             0.00      30,900.00          31,827.00             62,727.00
administered by Alliance, Ukraine as a PR)
Objective 5: To monitor and evaluate grant implementation and
                                                                      52,649.53      93,849.53      62,949.53     73,249.53         1,139,899.05          1,422,597.16
strengthen the national M&E system

Management / PR Implementation Unit                                  118,845.37     118,845.37     118,845.37     118,845.37        589,407.78            1,064,789.28

Summary period budget (in USD)                                        1,342,166      1,494,808      1,195,315     1,178,626         10,455,250             15,666,166



                                                                                                   Year 1 + 2 budget break-down
Summary period budget per cost category                                                                                                                 Year 1 + 2 budget
                                                                         Q1             Q2              Q3           Q4        Q5    Q6       Q7   Q8
Drugs                                                                                     272,267.63                                 783,548.91           1,055,816.54
Commod/Products                                                                           843,349.07                                1,496,192.04          2,339,541.11
Sub-recipient costs                                                                      2,626,680.26                               5,952,428.87          8,579,109.13
Human Resources                                                                           131,660.86                                 237,942.13            369,602.99
Infra/Equipment                                                                           347,934.00                                  76,650.03            424,584.03
Training                                                                                  363,054.40                                 573,384.62            936,439.02
Plan/Admin                                                                                 35,561.78                                 515,346.90            550,908.68
Print/Communic                                                                            115,026.28                                 230,348.97            345,375.25
Management / PR Implementation Unit                                                       475,381.50                                 589,407.78           1,064,789.28
Summary period budget (in USD)                                                             5,210,916                                 10,455,250                15,666,166
D. Program Budget (nominal dollars)

                                                                                                                          Year 1 + 2 budget break-down
                                                                                                                                                                             Year 1 + 2 budget
                                                                                                  Q1           Q2              Q3        Q4        Q5    Q6      Q7     Q8

                      Objective Number    Objective formulation
                                         To ensure sufficient access to integrated
                             1           prevention, treatment, care and support for          1,170,671.45 1,282,112.64 1,013,520.57 955,631.48          8,694,116.23          13,116,052.38
                                         marginalized populations
                                         To create a supportive environment for a
                             4           sustainable and sufficient response to HIV/AIDS in      0.00         0.00            0.00    30,900.00           31,827.00              62,727.00
                                         Ukraine (in the part administered by Alliance,
                                         Ukraine as a PR)
                                         To monitor and evaluate grant implementation and
                             5           strengthen the national M&E system (in the part       52,649.53    93,849.53    62,949.53    73,249.53          1,139,899.05           1,422,597.16
                                         administered by Alliance, Ukraine as a PR)


                            N/A          Management / PR Implementation Unit                  118,845.37   118,845.37    118,845.37   118,845.37          589,407.78            1,064,789.28


Summary period budget (in USD)
                                                                                               1,342,166    1,494,808    1,195,315    1,178,626          10,455,250             15,666,166




                                                                                                                          Year 1 + 2 budget break-down
                                                                                                                                                                             Year 1 + 2 budget
                                                                                                  Q1           Q2              Q3        Q4        Q5    Q6      Q7     Q8

                  Category formulation
Procurement

Drugs                                                                                                            272,267.63                               783,548.91            1,055,816.54


Commod/Products                                                                                                  843,349.07                              1,496,192.04           2,339,541.11

Sub-recipient

Sub-recipient costs                                                                                             2,626,680.26                             5,952,428.87           8,579,109.13

Other

Human Resources                                                                                                  131,660.86                               237,942.13            369,602.99


Infra/Equipment                                                                                                  347,934.00                               76,650.03             424,584.03


Training                                                                                                         363,054.40                               573,384.62            936,439.02


Plan/Admin                                                                                                        35,561.78                               515,346.90            550,908.68


Print/Communic                                                                                                   115,026.28                               230,348.97            345,375.25



Management / PR Implementation Unit                                                                              475,381.50                               589,407.78            1,064,789.28


Summary period budget (in USD)
                                                                                                                 5,210,916                               10,455,250                 15,666,166

								
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