Audit of USAID/Ghana's Efforts to Integrate Gender Into HIV/AIDS Activities
USAID/Ghana work with FHI to review and revise its targets in writing for gender-based violence interventions to include all targeted subpopulations.
USAID/Ghana require FHI to develop and implement a plan to provide additional training for subpartners on gender, gender mainstreaming, and gender-based violence and to improve subpartners' training of colleagues and peer educators.
USAID/Ghana require FHI to work with its subpartners to develop and implement gender action plans that are measurable and doable.
USAID/Ghana require FHI to develop and implement a plan to reach all beneficiaries who visit the drop-in centers with genderbased violence interventions.
USAID/Ghana require FHI to develop and implement a plan to make subpartners aware of available support services, including the M-Friends network, and inform subpartners when these services change.
USAID/Ghana require FHI to develop and implement a plan to train subpartners how to properly define, measure, and report on the indicators.
USAID/Ghana require FHI to distribute updated data collection and reporting tools to subpartners, document the training of subpartners to use these tools properly, require their use, and create a centralized database of project results and beneficiaries.
USAID/Ghana require FHI to document the
education of its subpartners on USAID branding and marking requirements and require adherence to these guidelines on a case-by-case basis.