Pacific AIDS Network (PAN) supports evaluation and program science work at local, regional, provincial and national levels by collaborating with HIV and hepatitis C focused partners and organizations to learn about and apply evaluation tools and program science to guide all stages of programming, from planning and development through to modifying for improvement.
Initiative Objectives and Goals
Applying evaluation tools and program science to guide all stages of programming, from planning and development through to modifying for improvement.
The Role of this Initiative to End the HIV Epidemic
PAN works to facilitate, support and build evaluation capacity and learning-driven culture to help address HIV, hepatitis C, and related issues in BC and across Canada.
Meaningful Engagement with People with Lived Experience
PAN builds strong partnerships with key stakeholders, including people with lived experiences, community-based organizations, health system decision-makers and academics across the HIV and hepatitis C sectors.
Primary target audience
HIV and hepatitis C focused partners and organizations
"But I also learn from the women after hearing their stories. I put them into practice. ‘Cause they teach me. I teach them. They learn from me." —Valérie, a BSC Collaborative member