Under the guidance of FHI 360, the Accelerating Strategies for Practical Innovation and Research in Economic Strengthening (ASPIRES) project supported evidence-based, gender-sensitive programming to improve the economic security and improve health outcomes of families and children infected or affected by HIV/AIDS, as well as others at high risk of acquiring HIV.
FGH collected data for a mixed-methods evaluation that utilized qualitative and quantitative data collection methodologies in the Zambézia province of Mozambique. This project included all coordination and logistical tasks related to the planning, scheduling, relationship-building, data collection implements (and programming). FGH provided a study coordinator, programmer, field supervisors, and data collectors to complete the data collection and data transfer to FHI 360. FGH arranged for the training of all study personnel, including training in ethics, data collection via an electronic device (i.e., tablet or mobile phone), data storage and transmission. FGH also provided logistical support to FHI 360 personnel for regular visits to the study communities.