Lessons Learned from a Targeted Evaluation of OVC Programs in Kenya and Tanzania

Presentations are now available from a special event organized by MEASURE Evaluation to present key findings and lessons learned from recent evaluations of OVC programs in East Africa.

MEASURE Evaluation organized a special event in Washington DC on September 3, 2009 to present key findings and lessons learned from recent evaluations of OVC programs in East Africa; to discuss emerging issues and future directions for improvement of OVC programs; and to inform future OVC evaluations through consideration of additional informational needs and appropriate methodologies.
 
Targeted Evaluation of Five Programs Supporting Orphans and Vulnerable Children: Background and Methods  Florence Nyangara, PhD
 
Key Findings and Programmatic Implications: OVC Programs in Kenya and Tanzania  Tonya Thurman, MPH, PhD
 
Analyzing the Cost-Effectiveness of Interventions to Benefit Orphans and Vulnerable Children: Evidence from Kenya and Tanzania  Paul Hutchinson, PhD and Tonya Thurman, MPH, PhD
 
Dissemination and Use of Results from OVC Program Evaluations
  Florence Nyangara, PhD
 
Lessons Learned from OVC Evaluations for Future Public Health Evaluations  Sian Curtis, PhD