Programme in the Monitoring and Evaluation of Health Programmes
This course aims to improve health programme planning and performance by introducing delegates to the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of health programmes, the improvement and institutionalisation of the collection of health-related data and the analysis of programme impact. The main topics covered include the development of monitoring and evaluation programmes for population, health and nutrition interventions (eg HIV/AIDS, STDs, TB, maternal health, family planning, child health and reproductive health). Additional topics, such as evaluation design, cost measurement and cost-effectiveness analysis, as well as longitudinal and multilevel analysis, are also discussed.
Upon successful completion of the course, delegates are familiar with the monitoring and evaluation of programmes in the health sector. Delegates will gain;
- quantitative and qualitative skills for planning, monitoring and evaluating population and health programmes.
- an increased capacity for monitoring and evaluation among health professionals
- Primary health care
- Systems approach
- Health systems strengthening
- M&E Frameworks
- Indicators of Public Health Care Services
- Data sources and quality on District Health Information Systems
- Analysis, Reporting and Dissemination
- Health Programmes Evaluation
- Data Use
Who Should Attend:
Health officials or persons involved in Health Programs