Population, Health and Environment Training Toolkit Now Available

MEASURE Evaluation has completed and released the Population, Health and Environment Training Toolkit aimed to increase the monitoring and evaluation capacity, skills and knowledge of those who plan, implement, and evaluate innovative, multi-sector programs in low-resource settings.
PHE Toolkit Photo
(c) Caryl Feldacker

MEASURE Evaluation has completed and released the Population, Health and Environment (PHE) Training Toolkit aimed to increase the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity, skills and knowledge of those who plan, implement, and evaluate innovative, multi-sector programs in low-resource settings.

The toolkit provides managers, technical specialists, and M&E staff with user-friendly, modifiable training components to adapt for a specific developing-country and programmatic context.

“The Toolkit will build user capacity to conduct effective M&E of integrated population, health, and environment programs, allowing us to create an evidence base in support of multi-sector efforts,” said Caryl Feldacker, M&E Specialist for MEASURE Evaluation.

Designed for both trainers and M&E professionals, the toolkit helps users conduct effective M&E from program inception to indicator selection through assessment design. The toolkit also promotes M&E efforts that highlight the integrated nature of these programs and the unique contributions PHE programs make over traditional single-sector efforts.

The Population, Health and Environment M&E Training Toolkit was funded by MEASURE Evaluation Phase II and the Population and Reproductive Health Associate Award. It was designed with input from key organizations involved in integrated development programs including USAID, World Wildlife Fund, the BALANCED Project, CEDPA, Population Reference Bureau, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Jane Goodall Institute, and Conservation International.

Download components of the Population, Health and Environment Training Toolkit at http://cpc.unc.edu/measure/phe-training.