Survey Tools for OVC Programs
MEASURE Evaluation has developed quantitative child outcomes and caregiver/household outcomes measurement tools for global application. The purpose of the tools is:
- To enable and standardize the production of population-level child and caregiver well-being data beyond what is available from routine surveys
- To produce actionable data to inform programs and enable mid-course corrections
- To enable comparative assessments of child and caregiver well-being and household economic status across a diverse set of interventions and geographical regions
Access the recording and slides from a webinar on the OVC Program Evaluation Tool Kit.
This tool kit includes a manual, questionnaires and indicators, as provided here:
These questionnaires and the manual are based on the following impact indicators:
This set of 12 child and three household well-being indicators/suggested survey questions is recommended for use in evaluations of programs for orphans and other vulnerable children (OVC).