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Publication Results of Sample Vital Registration with Verbal Autopsy to Improve Malawi’s Health Programs
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Completeness of Vital Registration (Births and Deaths)
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Publication Measuring Maternal Mortality: Three Case Studies Using Verbal Autopsy with Different Platforms
Curtis SL, Mswia RG, Weaver EH (2015)
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Publication CRVS Strengthening With SAVVY Implementation
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Civil Registration and Vital Statistics
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA works closely with Kenya’s Civil Registration Department (CRD) to build its capacity and strengthen the Civil Registration and Vital Statistics (CRVS) system so they are comprehensive and accurate throughout the country, allowing public services to be effectively administered and public policies to be targeted and informed.
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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.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation PIMA / Baseline Assessments
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.
Located in MEASURE Evaluation PIMA / Baseline Assessments
Session XII – Measuring Vital Events
In this session we discuss two major streams of the project’s work aimed at vital events measurement.
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SAVVY Improves Data Collection in Zambia
For the first time, the Zambian government may be able to obtain reliable, detailed information about causes of death and other key health indicators thanks to MEASURE Evaluation's SAVVY verbal autopsy tools.
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Publication Ghana Child Verbal Autopsy Study 2008
Ghana Statistical Service, Ghana Health Service, ICF Macro (2009)
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