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MEASURE Evaluation: USAID Awards UNC $36 Million to Support Malaria Control and Elimination
A malaria-focused program just awarded—“Strengthening Surveillance, Monitoring, and Evaluation for Malaria Control and Elimination (PMI Measure Malaria)”—will provide $36 million in new funding for MEASURE Evaluation.
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What’s in it for ME in M&E?
Everything–from program purpose, to planning, to professional development
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Whither the Impact Evaluation?
By Heidi Reynolds, PhD, and Sian Curtis, PhD. It is not necessary to limit impact evaluations, but instead to make smarter decisions about when investing in them is the best way to yield valid, usable information about the value of investing in a program for a given target population.
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Deep Dive into Qualitative Data Gathering
By Brittany Iskarpatyoti, MPH, Data for Impact (D4I). This blog discusses ripple effect mapping, a new method for international health research—innovative in its approach to rapid qualitative data collection and analysis.
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Make adolescent and youth reproductive health programs responsive to needs with better data
By Bridgit Adamou, MPH. This Science Speaks blog post discusses research to identify gaps in the monitoring and evaluation of programs for adolescent and youth reproductive health.
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Monitoring Referrals to Strengthen Service Integration
Dr. de la Torre will introduce a new toolkit designed by MEASURE Evaluation for assessing and monitoring referral system functioning.
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Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity Assessment Toolkit
MEASURE Evaluation and MEASURE Evaluation PIMA have developed a process and toolkit to conduct a standard baseline assessment of M&E capacity: the Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity Assessment (MECAT) Toolkit.
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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.
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Data Use in the Indian Health Sector
Major investments have been and continue to be made in data collection for public health programs but there is concern that such data are not being used to their full potential.
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Using Data for Decision Making: Recommendations to Inform Design of Interventions
Failure to consider all empirical evidence before making decisions hinders a health system’s ability to respond to priority needs throughout its many levels. This publication synthesizes findings of assessments of constraints to data use conducted by MEASURE Evaluation and highlights recommendations for designing interventions to stimulate demand for and improve the use of data for decision making.
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