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Child Health and Safety
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA supports expanding the functionality of the Child Protection Information Management System and the OVC Longitudinal Management Information System while building the capacity of relevant stakeholders to use these systems to monitor and evaluate their programs, and use the data to make programmatic and policy decisions to improve child protection outcomes.
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Community-based and County-based Health Initiatives
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA targets counties with a high burden of HIV infection to support their health management teams to identify and respond to monitoring and evaluation information needs, which affect program design and, ultimately, the potential to save lives.
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Strategic Information Capacity in South Africa
MEASURE Evaluation SIFSA (Strategic Information for South Africa) seeks to ensure that the health system in South Africa produces useful and high quality information that contributes to sustainable policy, planning and programmatic decision making.
MomConnect
The South Africa Department of Health (DoH) has been developing a national mHealth (mobile health) strategy to create an enabling environment for implementing mobile-based health interventions in programming for HIV and other programmes to improve health outcomes for people. MEASURE Evaluation–Strategic Information for Africa (MEval-SIFSA) has provided technical assistance in developing this strategy and implementation plan.
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Session V – Building Information Systems for Community Programs
Community health programs vary widely from one context to another, however this session will focus on HIV community programs in Africa that rely heavily on civil society organizations and community volunteers. The session will begin with a community health information simulation activity.
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Session X – Technical Leadership in Monitoring and Evaluation
Session X will focus on advances over the last few years in monitoring and evaluation of programs to prevent, control, and treat malaria and programs to prevent and treat HIV and mitigate its effects
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Research Findings Published in Several Scholarly Journals
Research findings by MEASURE Evaluation is often published in various scholarly journals. Citations and links to full articles have been provided for further reading and reference.
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Benefits and Costs of Expanding Access to Family Planning to Women with HIV
Heidi Reynolds of MEASURE Evaluation contributed to an analysis that models the potential benefits and costs of adding family planning to national strategies for achieving universal access to programs to prevent mother-to-child HIV transmission.
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Sexual Violence and Reproductive Health Outcomes Among South African Female Youths
Programs to reduce adolescent pregnancies and HIV risk in South Africa and elsewhere in sub-Saharan Africa must address sexual violence as part of effective prevention strategies.
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Using Multiple Sampling Approaches to Measure Sexual Risk-taking Among Young People in Haiti
This study compares three surveys of young people aged 15–24 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in terms of their sociodemographic characteristics and sexual behaviors and the surveys' usefulness for identifying young people at high risk and for program planning.
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