10th Annual Global Health Mini-University, Washington DC, October 2010
The Global Health Mini-University, sponsored each year by the USAID Bureau for Global Health in collaboration with the George Washington University Center for Global Health, is a day-long forum offering over 70 different sessions highlighting evidence-based best practices and state-of-the-art information from a variety of technical areas across the Global Health field.
At the 10th Annual Mini-University on October 8 2010, MEASURE Evaluation staff will make the following presentations:
“How Do We Evaluate That? Evaluation in the Uncontrolled World” at 10:15AM, Sian Curtis and Ilene Speizer
“If You Map It, They Will Come: GIS and Slums” at 10:15AM, Peter Lance
“Geography and Public Health: Using Technology to Strengthen Programs” at 1PM, Andrew Inglis
Complete session overviews are located at www.mini-university.org
Presentations will be posted on MEASURE Evaluation's SlideShare channel.