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7 Steps to Improve HIV/AIDS Programs
The "Seven Steps to Use Routine Information to Improve HIV/AIDS Programs: A Guide for HIV/AIDS Program Managers and Providers" presents concrete steps and illustrative examples that can be used to facilitate the use of information as a part of the decision-making processes guiding program design, management, and service provision in the health sector
Located in Our Work / Data Demand and Use
Data Demand and Use Successes Chronicled in Rwanda
In an effort to develop a collaborative and evidence-based approach to reducing the spread of HIV in Rwanda, Rwanda’s government has committed to strengthening systems to ensure decisions are being informed by accurate data. Starting in 2008, MEASURE Evaluation supported the government and other development partners to develop the country’s 2009-2012 National Strategic Plan for HIV and AIDS employing a results-based and data demand and use (DDU) approach to planning and program improvement.
Located in Our Work / Data Demand and Use
Using the PLACE Method to Inform Decision Making
The "Using the Priorities for Local AIDS Control Efforts (PLACE) Method to Inform Decision Making" webinar will take place February 27 at 9AM EST.
Located in Our Work / Data Demand and Use / Data Demand and Use Webinars
Geographic Information Systems
MEASURE Evaluation provides guidance and technical assistance in using and adapting geographic information systems to governments, NGOs, and other decision makers around the world.
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GIS Workshop Held in Senegal: Next in India
Participants from 11 francophone countries throughout West and East Africa, as well as Haiti, took part in a five-day workshop in Dakar, Senegal on using geographic information systems (GIS) to support HIV-related health services. MEASURE Evaluation sponsored the workshop in collaboration with the regional center for higher learning in management, Centre Africain d'Etudes Supérieures en Gestion.
Located in Our Work / Geographic Information Systems
Data Quality Audits and Training in Mozambique
MEASURE Evaluation has conducted eight Data Quality Audits among health organizations in Mozambique since 2011; and has provided training in Routine Data Quality Assessments to 16 organizations, enabling them to perform their own assessments on a continuing basis.
Located in Our Work / Health Information Systems
Routine Data Quality Assessment Training in Zimbabwe and Botswana
MEASURE Evaluation has partnered with the Botswana Ministry of Health to improve data processes through the Routine Data Quality Assessments methodology for 30 programs. MEASURE Evaluation assisted the ministry this year in customizing the RDQA tool for the country’s context, and in drafting standard operating procedures for maintaining data quality.
Located in Our Work / Health Information Systems
Improving Nigeria’s National Health Information System
In 2013, MEASURE Evaluation helped improve health outcomes in Nigeria through three primary activities: 1) assisting the country’s government in improving HIV/AIDS data quality, 2) validating guidelines on routine health information systems (RHIS) data management, and 3) supporting the review of a health information management curriculum for health records officers.
Located in Our Work / Health Information Systems
HIV and AIDS
MEASURE Evaluation works with missions and their partners to strengthen systems for collecting and using health data, including for HIV programming.
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MEASURE Evaluation at the African Palliative Care Association Conference, Namibia
MEASURE Evaluation presented public health evaluations to the African Palliative Care Association Conference in Windhoek, Namibia.
Located in Our Work / HIV and AIDS / Palliative Care