Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity of County Health Management Teams at the Sub-national Level
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In Kenya, the provision of primary health care is now the responsibility of county governments, following the new constitutional dispensation adopted in 2010. County Health Management Teams (CHMTs) are responsible for planning, directing, and overseeing the agenda for health at the subnational level, including monitoring and evaluation (M&E). The CHMTs, however, lack the ability to identify and respond to M&E information needs, due to weak organizational capacity and poor data use practices. This fact sheet summarizes how MEASURE Evaluation PIMA is working with targeted counties to address these challenges, with a focus on the key three areas of developing and strengthening organizational capacity, promoting data demand and use practices, and developing M&E capacity at the organizational and individual level.
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