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Publication Monitoring Outcomes of PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programs in Kenya: 2016 Survey Findings from Timiza 90
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Monitoring Outcomes of PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programs in Kenya: 2016 Survey Findings from APHIAplus Western Kenya
MEASURE Evaluation (2018)
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Publication Changes in HIV and Non-HIV service delivery outcomes at the subnational level associated with PEPFAR funding shifts in Kenya and Uganda
E.G. Sutherland, C.B. Agala, K. Xiong, S. Watson-Grant (2018)
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Publication Do migrant children face greater health hazards in slum settlements? Evidence from Nairobi, Kenya
Bocquier P, Beguy D, Zulu EM, Muindi K, Konseiga A, Yé Y (2011)
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Publication Impact of a Decision-support Tool on Decision Making at the District Level in Kenya
Nutley T, McNabb S, Salentine S (2013)
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Publication 'My Dreams are Shuttered Down and It Hurts Lots’– A Qualitative Study of Palliative Care Needs and Their Management by HIV Outpatient Services in Kenya and Uganda
Selman L, Simms V, Penfold S, Powell RA, Mwangi-Powell F, Downing J, Gikaara N, Munene G, Higginson IJ, Harding R. (2013)
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Monitoring Outcomes of PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programs in Kenya
The PEPFAR Kenya OVC team requested the assistance of the USAID project, MEASURE Evaluation, to collect data for the MER ESI.
Located in Our Work / Orphans and Vulnerable Children / Monitoring Outcomes of PEPFAR OVC Programs
Monitoring Outcomes of PEPFAR Orphans and Vulnerable Children Programs in Kenya: Round 2
The PEPFAR Kenya OVC team requested the assistance of the USAID project, MEASURE Evaluation, to collect data for the MER ESI.
Located in Our Work / Orphans and Vulnerable Children
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 XI – Advances in Outcome Monitoring
Beginning with an operational definition of Outcome Monitoring, this session will present the position of Outcome Monitoring in the M&E landscape, current references to the practice of Outcome Monitoring and an inventory of Outcome Monitoring approaches as a lead-in to a more detailed exploration of two examples of Outcome Monitoring under MEASURE Evaluation.
Located in End-of-Phase-III Event