Results of the PHIA Project provide a valuable data resource for HIV and global health researchers, policymakers, and program planners, among others. Data are available approximately six months after the conclusion of data collection. Preliminary data for the first PHIA Project survey countries, including Summary Sheets and First Reports, is available on the Resources page.
After further data cleaning and analysis, this site will include:
- Data from household interviews, including basic demographic and socio-economic variables, as well as recent deaths in the household
- Data from individual interviews with adult women and men (age 15+) and adolescents (age 10-14), including basic demographic and sociodemographic variables, reproductive health related variables, information on HIV risk behavior, access to health care including HIV care and treatment, and experience with violence.
- Results from HIV, syphilis, and hepatitis B rapid tests, point of care CD4 tests, viral load and early infant diagnosis tests.