SWAZILAND NATIONAL AIDS PROGRAM
Swaziland National AIDS Program (SNAP) was established within the Ministry of Health (MoH) in 1987 to respond to the HIV epidemic whose core mandate is to coordinate health sector based interventions they account for more than 80% of the total HIV response.
For the program to measure and evaluate its progress, monitoring of documented data is key. The Swaziland National AIDS program works in collaboration with the M&E unit of the Ministry of Health to lead monitoring and evaluation of all HIV program services and activities. The M&E Unit dedicated officers for all M&E needs of HIV programs. Through the M&E Unit, SNAP is able to provide baselines, indicators and targets as well as timeframes for HIV program services.