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Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity Assessment Toolkit
MEASURE Evaluation and MEASURE Evaluation PIMA have developed a process and toolkit to conduct a standard baseline assessment of M&E capacity: the Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity Assessment (MECAT) Toolkit.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation PIMA
Strengthening Evidence-Based Health Management in South Africa
MEASURE Evaluation–Strategic Information for South Africa (MEval–SIFSA), a PEPFAR initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development, launched the Evidence-Based Health Management workshop in UThungulu District, KwaZulu Natal Province in February 2014.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation SIFSA
Geographic Information Systems
As part of its support to the Department of Health (DoH), MEASURE Evaluation–Strategic Information for South Africa (MEval-SIFSA) assists with building the capacity of health department staff and partners to use GIS tools.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation SIFSA
Do Primary Health Care Facilities Supported by Development Partners Do Any Better in M&E?
MEASURE Evaluation SIFSA is sharing a paper on “Do Primary Health Care Facilities Supported by Development Partners Do Any Better in M&E?” at a March 2016 conference on “Partnering for Success: How M&E Can Strengthen Partnerships for Sustainable Development" in The Netherlands.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation SIFSA / News
Session II – Building Sustainable Country-Owned M&E Systems
This session explores local ownership principles and describes how they have been practiced in Nigeria and Ethiopia.
Located in End-of-Phase-III Event
Session III – Making Information Available to Improve Health
Session III provides the audience with definitions for health system strengthening (HSS) and describe two innovations in which MEASURE Evaluation addresses the need for both measuring health system strengthening and improving the sustained availability of quality health information.
Located in End-of-Phase-III Event
Session IV – Using Data for Decision Making
Session IV will focus on MEASURE Evaluation’s experience in developing tools and approaches to improving the use of health data and information.
Located in End-of-Phase-III Event
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.
Located in End-of-Phase-III Event
Session VI – Making the Connection: Monitoring and evaluation in the context of integrated health services and systems
n this session we discuss integration as it applies to health services and systems and the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) challenges and opportunities associated with integration.
Located in End-of-Phase-III Event
Session VII – EnGendering Monitoring and Evaluation
In this session we will provide an overview of MEASURE Evaluation’s role and achievements in Phase III in advancing M&E that is gender-sensitive. We will also delve deeper into two key topics in gender M&E to better understand their content, status, and future opportunities.
Located in End-of-Phase-III Event