National Social Service Systems for Orphans and Vulnerable Children: Tool for Data Management, Analysis, and Use


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Author(s): MEASURE Evaluation

Year: 2018

National Social Service Systems for Orphans and Vulnerable Children: Tool for Data Management, Analysis, and Use Abstract:

System strengthening is recognized globally as a logical and effective step to improving the efficiency, quality, and sustainability of service delivery. The USAID- and PEPFAR-funded MEASURE Evaluation developed a framework for planning, monitoring, and evaluation to fill part of the gap that exists in demonstrating the impact that system strengthening has on child outcomes, by providing indicators and guidance for measuring system performance. These indicators measure the outcome of system-strengthening interventions in five core areas, defined by PEPFAR as the components of social service system strengthening: (1) leadership and governance structures; (2) the social service workforce; (3) financing; (4) information management and accountability systems; and (5) coordination and networking mechanisms. MEASURE Evaluation published a full guidance document that defines these indicators and offers guidance to apply them in a country or program.

This is an Excel-based tool to support data management, analysis, and use upon implementing the indicators. This tool should be used to collect and store information for all the indicators. It should also be used to support interpretation and application of results to strengthen the system.

French language version: Système national des services sociaux pour les orphelins et les enfants vulnérables: Outil pour la gestion, l'analyse et l'utilisation des données

National Social Service Systems for Orphans and Vulnerable Children – Framework for Planning and Monitoring and Evaluation

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