Monitoring, Evaluation and Surveillance of Malaria Control Programs
The School of Public Health, University of Ghana, in collaboration with MEASURE Evaluation, is pleased to announce the 7th Annual Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria Control Programs. This workshop aims to build skills in fundamental concepts, surveillance, and practical approaches to monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of malaria programs for national malaria control program managers and other professionals working in sub-Saharan Africa.
Week 1 (May 29–June 2, 2017) will focus on the M&E fundamentals of malaria programs.
Week 2 (June 5–9, 2017) will offer two track options held concurrently. Participants may choose one track each year.
- TRACK 1: Malaria Surveillance
This track teaches basic concepts of malaria surveillance, surveillance in malaria control for moderate/high- and low-transmission settings, surveillance for pre-elimination, and evaluation of a surveillance system.
- TRACK 2: Evaluation Methods for Malaria
This track teaches basic concepts of evaluation, process evaluation, impact evaluation, and practical applications of evaluation in malaria programs.
Participants may choose between two options:
- Option One (May 29–June 2, 2017): M&E Fundamentals required + Track (Must choose Track 1 or Track 2)
- Option Two (June 5–9, 2017): Choose Track 1 or Track 2 (This option is only available to individuals who have previously completed the MEASURE Evaluation Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria Programs workshop or any M&E course.)
This non-degree course will provide participants with M&E tools, techniques, and resources needed for planning, organizing, and managing malaria programs and projects. This workshop is targeted for national- and subnational-level malaria personnel, especially those responsible for gathering, analyzing, and using program-related data, and NGO and USAID Mission personnel responsible for oversight of malaria programs, especially in the areas of surveillance, reporting, and monitoring and evaluation. Country teams are encouraged to apply.
Applications are due no later than 14 April 2017. For more information please reach us at: M.E.Malaria@gmail.com
To apply please follow this link: https://goo.gl/forms/bp0BsKBjuOps3Z3F2
Please have your reference fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/C6r2UM0GPGnavRvo2