The sample design is a conventional two-stage cluster sample survey which is representative at the national level and for both urban and rural areas. To ensure quality results, a minimum of 60 sample points are selected in both the urban and rural domains, for a total of 120 clusters. The second stage includes a selection of an average of 25 households per clusters, for a total of approximately 3,000 households. In all households, all women and men age 15-49 will be eligible to participate.
The results will be presented by sex, age (youth, other ages) and by urban/rural residence. There will be no information on regional variation.
The Tabulation Plan of the AIS surveys consists of 83 tables that provide information on important indicators for effective monitoring of national HIV/AIDS programs.
Main Topics in the AIS Tabulation Plan: