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Publication Scale to Track the Stages of Development of Community-Based Health Information Systems
MEASURE Evaluation (2019)
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Publication C source code Health Systems Strengthening – Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Guide
Aqil A, Silvestre E, Hotchkiss D, Maniscalco L (2017)
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Publication Scaling Mobile Community-Based Health Information Systems: Two Case Studies: Medic Mobile and Living Goods, Dimagi and mothers2mothers
Dawne Walker, Liz Nerad (2018)
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Publication Model of a Community-Based Information System: Essential Components and Functions
Dawne Walker (2018)
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Publication Community-based surveillance of priority diseases in Senegal: Lessons learned in pilot districts
Alioune Badara Ly, Jenny Mwanza, Doudou Diop, Judith Nguimfack Tsague (2018)
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Publication La surveillance à base communautaire des maladies prioritaires au Sénégal: Leçons apprises dans les districts pilotes
Alioune Badara Ly, Jenny Mwanza, Doudou Diop, Judith Nguimfack Tsague (2018)
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Publication Strengthening Multisectoral Community Event-Based Surveillance of Zoonotic Diseases in Senegal – Rapid Assessment of a Global Health Security Agenda Project
(2018)
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Publication Community-based Health Information Systems in the Global Context: A Review of the Literature
MEASURE Evaluation (2016)
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Community-Based Information Systems
MEASURE Evaluation’s work on CBIS aligns with larger health goals of USAID, as these systems operate at the community level, where health services are closest to the people who need them.
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MEASURE Evaluation is working to collect and analyze data on program outcomes of two orphan and vulnerable children (OVC) projects in order to fulfill the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) Monitoring, Evaluation, and Reporting (MER) Essential Survey Indicator reporting requirements and to inform program decision making.
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