Types of Evaluations Conducted by MEASURE Evaluation
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MEASURE Evaluation has extensive experience conducting rigorous evaluations. Our work supports health systems, health systems interventions, and programs that address issues of family planning and reproductive health; HIV and AIDS; maternal, neonatal, and child health; malaria;and tuberculosis—all of which are part of the portfolio of the Bureau of Global Health of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The purpose of the evaluations we conduct is to provide evidence of how and why interventions are or are not working in practice, to further progress in USAID’s key focus areas of ending preventable child and maternal deaths (EPCMD), achieving an AIDS-free generation, strengthening health systems, and preventing and combatting infectious diseases.
MEASURE Evaluation supports the international development goal of maximizing program results, by systematically collecting and analyzing information about and evidence on health program performance and impact. Evaluation findings provide accountability to stakeholders and donors and inform decisions— supporting organizational learning, strengthening health systems, and improving program effectiveness, so that people live healthier lives.
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