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Investing in the Future: Know What Works to Defeat Malaria
One of the most neglected components of the anti-malaria response is rigorous monitoring and evaluation (M&E). Without a cross-cutting, effective M&E system to support their implementation, malaria interventions can result in misplaced allocation of resources and uncertainty regarding the ultimate impact of programs. In Kenya, the MEASURE Evaluation-PIMA project works with the Ministry of Health’s Malaria Control Unit as part of its mandate to strengthen M&E capacity.
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Improving Information Management Systems for Better Child Protection Services
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA is supporting the Department of Children’s Services in systems strengthening and capacity building at the national and county levels to enhance its child protection information management systems so that it can capture its diverse information needs and provide comprehensive data to all actors in the child protection system.
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Malaria
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA works with the Malaria Control Unit at the Ministry of Health to strengthen capacity of malaria monitoring and evaluation, to improve collection, analysis, and use of data for strategic decisions.
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Malaria Surveillance Bulletin from the Kenya Ministry of Health
The Malaria Surveillance Bulletin is produced quarterly by the Division of Malaria Control of the Ministry of Health (MOH) in Kenya and is intended to be a scorecard of the progress made towards achieving targets in the National Malaria Control Strategy and Millennium Development Goals.
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Reproductive and Maternal Health
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA (MEval-PIMA) supports Kenya’s Division of Family Health and Reproductive and Maternal Health Services Unit (RMHSU) to monitor strategy implementation, standards, and tools for data quality.
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Child Health and Safety
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA supports expanding the functionality of the Child Protection Information Management System and the OVC Longitudinal Management Information System while building the capacity of relevant stakeholders to use these systems to monitor and evaluate their programs, and use the data to make programmatic and policy decisions to improve child protection outcomes.
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Community-based and County-based Health Initiatives
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA targets counties with a high burden of HIV infection to support their health management teams to identify and respond to monitoring and evaluation information needs, which affect program design and, ultimately, the potential to save lives.
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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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Referral System Strengthening
MEASURE Evaluation PIMA supports Kenya’s Ministry of Health in strengthening the referral system to ultimately ensure patients receive high quality care that is accessible, equitable, affordable, and responsive to their needs for better health outcomes, as highlighted in the 2010 Kenyan constitution.
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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.
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