A Guide to Monitoring and Evaluation of Capacity-Building Interventions in the Health Sector in Developing Countries


PDF document icon ms-03-07.pdf — PDF document, 1,216 kB (1,245,660 bytes)

Author(s): LaFond AK, Brown L

Year: 2003

A Guide to Monitoring and Evaluation of Capacity-Building Interventions in the Health Sector in Developing Countries Abstract:

Number 7 in the MEASURE Evaluation Manual Series has the purpose of assisting health planners and evaluators to: gain a clear understanding of the concepts of capacity and capacity building; critically evaluate the strengths and limitations of current approaches to capacity measurement; and design a capacity-building M&E plan that outlines a systematic approach to measuring capacity and assessing the results of the capacity-building interventions in the health sector. Sources for this 110-page guide include a review of the state of the art of capacity measurement, a review of capacity-building measurement tools and indicators, formal and informal consultations with practitioners, and an in-depth exploration of four different capacity measurement experiences. The Guide also draws on lessons learned about capacity-building M&E in other sectors, such as agriculture and housing, and on new evaluation approaches designed to support learning in development programming.

This document is not available in print from MEASURE Evaluation.

Shopping Cart
You have 0 item(s) in your cart.
Search Publications
Match against Title and Abstract.
Match Author Names.
Search publications have hard copy available