Measurement and Accountability for Results in Health Summit

MEASURE Evaluation is participating in the MA4Health Summit and offers four fact sheets on topics being discussed.

MA4Health - Hans Rosling
Hans Rosling presenting on how better data can mean local data.

WASHINGTON, DC—June 9 through June 12, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the World Bank, and the World Health Organization (WHO) are convening a global summit, Measurement and Accountability for Results in Health, in Washington DC, at the World Bank Headquarters.

Bringing together decision makers and thought leaders representing governments, multilateral agencies and civil society, the Summit will define a new health measurement and accountability strategy, which will articulate a common agenda for the global health community and result in the Roadmap for Health Measurement and Accountability. The Roadmap will clearly outline smart investments that can be adopted at the country level to strengthen basic measurement systems and align partners and donors around common priorities. MEASURE Evaluation is participating in the Summit and offers four fact sheets on topics being discussed.

Health Informatics

Health Information Systems

Civil Registration and Vital Statistics

Family Folders: Low-Resource Health Data with a Big Impact

This video provides MEASURE Evaluation's take on the MA4Health Summit.

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