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About MEval-PIMA
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA works to strengthen health systems and improve the quality and use of data in Kenya for the sustainable delivery of quality services. We support the Government of Kenya’s national health strategic plan to build and strengthen M&E systems in key programs within the Ministry of Health, in collaboration with other public and private sector partners and stakeholders.
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File Report on the Baseline Assessment of Capacity to Undertake Monitoring and Evaluation Functions
This report summarizes results of a baseline assessment to take stock and document the capacity of the Civil Registration Department (CRD) to undertake monitoring and evaluation (M&E) functions. The assessment was carried out in collaboration with the MEASURE Evaluation PIMA Project whose mandate is to support the Government of Kenya to build sustainable M&E capacity.
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File National Civil Registration and Vital Statistics System
This baseline assessment recognizes legal and administrative challenges inherent in ensuring a functioning civil registration system. The results inform decision-makers and identify priority areas for improving the availability, quality and use of vital statistics in Kenya.
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File Baseline Capacity Assessment Report on M&E Functions in the Division of Community Health Services
The overall objective of this baseline assessment was to understand current capacity in the M&E performance objectives and gaps in the Division of Community Health Services (DCHS). It was envisioned that identifying performance objectives and gaps is the first step in designing action and implementing plans to strengthen DCHS’s capacity for M&E response.
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File Report on the Baseline Assessment of Capacity for Monitoring and Evaluation
The overall objective of the assessment was to understand Division of Disease Surveillance and Response’s (DDSR) current capacity to perform its M&E objectives and determine a baseline for comparison as DDSR takes steps to strengthen its capacity. The assessment also will help guide decisions on the most appropriate interventions to address gaps.
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File Baseline Assessment to Establish the Existing Capacity of the Division of Malaria Control to Undertake Monitoring and Evaluation Functions
The overall objective of the baseline assessment was to understand current capacity in M&E performance objectives and gaps to determine the most appropriate interventions for the Division of Malaria Control (DOMC) and to monitor and evaluate success in M&E capacity strengthening at DOMC.
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File C header Baseline Capacity Assessment Report on M&E Functions Division of Reproductive Health Department of Family Health
The goal of this assessment was to understand and document Division of Reproductive Health’s current organizational and individual capacity to successfully achieve its performance objectives in program-level monitoring and evaluation.
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File The State of the Health Referral System in Kenya: Results from a Baseline Study on the Functionality of the Health Referral System in Eight Counties
To inform the implementation of referral system strengthening activities, MEASURE Evaluation PIMA, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health conducted a baseline assessment to assess the functionality of the health referral system in eight counties in Kenya.
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Kenya Makes Progress in the War Against Malaria
Findings from the newly-released 2015 Kenya Malaria Indicator Survey (KMIS) show that the prevalence of malaria in Kenya has dropped from 11 percent in 2010 to eight percent in 2015.
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