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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
HIV Care and Support Evaluations in Kenya and Uganda
Evaluations provide detailed descriptions of care and support services delivered through PEPFAR funding and identify the effective components and costs of the services, to improve the health of people with HIV in Kenya and Uganda.
Located in Our Work / HIV and AIDS
Alternative Care in Uganda
MEASURE Evaluation began supporting work in alternative care for children in Uganda in April 2017. Our task is to strengthen the capacities of government partners to assess, address, and monitor child care reform, in line with the United Nations’ Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children.
Located in Our Work / Youth and Adolescents / Alternative Care
Uganda
In Uganda, MEASURE Evaluation develops, adapts, and applies methods, tools, and approaches to address health information challenges and gaps and works with local partners to increase the capacity for rigorous evaluation.
Located in Countries
A Purpose-built Tool Provides Transparency for Enrollment in Services
MEASURE Evaluation is proud to contribute to improving the situation of orphans and other vulnerable children globally through our monitoring and evaluation support for programs that build the resilience of vulnerable families. Especially for the Day of the African Girl Child (Sunday, October 11), we recognize the work in Uganda to identify the most vulnerable.
Located in Resources / Newsroom: News, Blogs, Podcasts, Videos / News
Gender and PMTCT/EMTCT Participation in Malawi and Uganda under Option B+
Join a webinar presenting findings from a study on Gender and Participation in Prevention or Elimination of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission Programs in Malawi and Uganda under Option B+.
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Lessons from the Partnership for HIV-Free Survival: Quantitative and qualitative results from an outcome evaluation in Uganda
Join MEASURE Evaluation on September 26 at 8:30am EDT for a one-hour webinar discussing what works in the elimination of mother-to-child transmission (eMTCT) of HIV in Uganda.
Located in Resources / Events
PEPFAR’s Local Capacity Initiative Evaluation in Uganda and Ghana
Join MEASURE Evaluation on January 22, 2020 from 10:00–11am EST, for a presentation of the findings from evaluations in Uganda and Ghana.
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PEPFAR’s Local Capacity Initiative Evaluation in Uganda and Ghana
Located in Resources / Webinars
Gender and PMTCT/EMTCT Participation in Malawi and Uganda under Option B+
Located in Resources / Webinars