Lessons Learned: Stronger Monitoring and Evaluation Systems to Address Avian Influenza in Vietnam


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Year: 2014

Lessons Learned: Stronger Monitoring and Evaluation Systems to Address Avian Influenza in Vietnam Abstract:

From 2006 through 2014, MEASURE Evaluation, with support from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), collaborated with governments in Southeast Asia, donors, and other implementing partners to establish and strengthen monitoring and evaluation (M&E) systems for avian and human influenza (AHI) programs. In Vietnam, MEASURE Evaluation worked at the national and provincial levels to strengthen local capacity for M&E of integrated human and animal health and other health issues more broadly. MEASURE Evaluation helped develop and implement a national AHI M&E framework and supported USAID portfolio management activities while also ensuring that they aligned with a national framework. This document summarizes some of the lessons learned from these activities.

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