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Qualitative Comparative Analysis in Case Management Systems: Worker Support Is a Predictor of Better Outcomes
By Zulfiya Charyeva. This USAID Learning Lab blog post discusses findings from a study of COVida—a USAID-funded orphans and vulnerable children program in Mozambique.
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Measuring Outcomes for Vulnerable Children: A Global Snapshot
Join MEASURE Evaluation on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 9am EDT for a one-hour webinar presenting results from the Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Essential Survey Indicator (ESI) surveys.
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Use of the Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) in the Assessment of the Actionable Drivers of HIV Outcomes in Mozambique
Join MEASURE Evaluation on October 10, 2019 at 10am EDT for a one-hour webinar on using qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) to assess actionable drivers of HIV outcomes in Mozambique.
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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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Evaluation of Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Youth in Botswana
A final report and two briefs share details and findings of an evaluation of services for orphans and vulnerable youth in Botswana.
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PEPFAR Local Capacity Initiative Evaluation
The following briefs and videos share methods and findings from MEASURE Evaluation's evaluation of the LCI in Uganda and Ghana.
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Stemming the tide of HIV by addressing gender in Botswana
By Shelah Bloom, Sc.D. USAID in Botswana and MEASURE Evaluation conducted a gender analysis to identify barriers and make recommendations to help curtail HIV.
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Strategies for Dealing with Double Counting
Experience to date points to “double counting” as a particularly important data quality problem that can be detrimental to program planning and data-driven decision making. MEASURE Evaluation provides a review of approaches that deal with double counting in reporting under PEPFAR.
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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.
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Training for PEPFAR OVC Survey Data Collectors
Training for PEPFAR OVC Survey Data Collectors, Facilitator’s Guide describes the structure and content of a five-day training workshop for data collectors and an additional day for supervisors. The Facilitator's Guide is supplemented by Microsoft PowerPoint slides and handouts.
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