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.

May 22, 2014 | 2:00 – 3:00pm EST 

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Overview – Mary Freyder

MEASURE Evaluation Phase III activities supporting community-based information systems have focused on three main areas; monitoring and evaluation frameworks, training materials, and documenting best practices. Community health programs vary widely from one context to another; however this session focuses on HIV community programs in Africa that rely heavily on civil society organizations and community volunteers. Session V will begin with a community health information simulation activity.

Interventions for Empowering Communities: Strengthening the Community Health Information System in Kenya – Edward Kunyanga

This presentation highlights MEASURE Evaluation activities that supported the implementation of Kenya’s Community Health Information System.

Community–based Information Systems through an OVC Lens – Molly Cannon

This presentation highlights information systems for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) programs because they are historically rooted in the community.

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