Introduction to Basic Data Analysis and Interpretation for Health Programs: A Training Toolkit


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Author(s): MEASURE Evaluation

Year: 2014

Introduction to Basic Data Analysis and Interpretation for Health Programs: A Training Toolkit Abstract:

This training tool kit aims to increase the skills of M&E officers and health program staff to conduct basic data analysis and interpretation for health programs. Specific learning objectives include:

  • To improve understanding of statistical and M&E concepts in data analysis
  • To build skills in basis data analysis, including setting targets and calculating program coverage, and service utilization and retention
  • To enhance skills in data interpretation

The training materials are designed to help trainers conduct effective training of program and M&E officers in the specific area of basic data analysis and interpretation. The tool kit provides trainers with user-friendly, modifiable training components to adapt for use in various contexts. It is recommended that the modules be presented sequentially in a one-day training, but they can also be separated to supplement existing material of a similar topic.  

Access the collection online at https://www.measureevaluation.org/resources/training/capacity-building-resources/basic-data-analysis-for-health-programs

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