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MEASURE Evaluation has produced more than a thousand publications on topics such as monitoring and evaluation (M&E), strengthening health information systems, health informatics, training and distance learning, and on health program areas such as family planning, malaria, and HIV/AIDS. Use the search engine to find publications available as free downloads.

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Sample Vital Registration with Verbal Autopsy: Census Update Interviewer's Manual
Hoffman R, Osborne S (2007)
MEASURE Evaluation Global Positioning System Toolkit
Spencer J (2007)
M&E Fundamentals: A Self-Guided Minicourse
Frankel N, Gage A (2007 (rev. 2016))
Data Quality Assurance Tool for Program Level Indicators
Brown W (2007)
Monitoring and Evaluation Systems Strengthening Tool – MESST
Hardee K (2007)
Should data from demographic surveillance systems be made more widely available to researchers?
Chandramohan D, Shibuya K, Setel P, Cairncross S, Lopez AD et al. (2008)
An assessment of sites where persons go to meet sexual partners in St. James, Jamaica, using the PLACE method
Figueroa JP, Brewer CB, Dale D, Bassett Hileman S, Weir S (2007)
Is public health expenditure in Ecuador progressive or regressive?
Angeles G, Trujillo AJ, and Lastra A (2007)
Family planning programs in 2004: new assessments in a changing environment
Ross J, Stover J, Adelaja D (2007)
Socio-economic status, permanent income, and fertility: a latent-variable approach
Bollen K, Glanville J, Stecklov G (2007)
Setting international standards for verbal autopsy
Baiden F, Bawah A, Biai S, Binka F, Boerma T, Byass P, Chandramohan D, Chatterji S, Engmann C, Greet D, Jakob R, Kahn K, Kunii O, Lopez AD, Murray CJ, Nahlen B, Rao C, Sankoh O, Setel P, Shibuya K, Soleman N, Wright L, and Yang G (2007)
Can family planning outreach bridge the urban-rural divide in Zambia?
White J, Speizer I (2007)
Who counts? 4. The way forward
AbouZahr C, Cleland J, Coullare F, Macfarlane SB, Notzon FC, Setel P, Szreter S on behalf of the Monitoring of Vital Events (MoVE) writing group (2007)
Who counts? 3. Interim measures for meeting needs for health sector data: births, deaths, and causes of death
Hill K, Lopez AD, Shibuya K, Jha P on behalf of the Monitoring Vital Events (MoVE) Writing Group (2007)
Who counts? 2. Civil registration systems and vital statistics: successes and missed opportunities
Mahapatra P, Shibuya K, Lopez AD, Coullare F, Notzon FC on behalf of the Monitoring Vital Events (MoVE) Writing Group (2007)
Who counts? 1. A scandal of invisibility: making everyone count by counting everyone
Setel P, Macfarlane S, Szreter S, Mikkelson L, Jha P, Stout S, and AbouZahr C on behalf of the MoVE writing committee (2007)
Kernel density estimation as a technique for assessing availability of health services in Nicaragua
Spencer J, Angeles G (2007)
The reach and effect of radio communication campaigns on condom use in Malawi
Meekers D, Van Rossem R, Silva M, Koleros A (2007)
Estimating cause-specific mortality from community-and facility-based data sources in Tanzania: options and implications for mortality burden estimates
Whiting D, Setel P, Chandramohan D, Wolfson L, Hemed Y, Lopez A (2007)
Fertility desires of Yoruba couples of South-Western Nigeria
Oyediran KA (2007)
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