Discussion led by Peter M. Lance
The webinar focused on the How Do We Know if a Program Made a Difference? A Guide to Statistical Methods for Program Impact Evaluation manual.
Discussion led by Carolina Mejia, Abby Cannon and Sukie Zietz
The webinar presented findings from a study on women’s economic empowerment and gender-based violence.
Discussion led by Sharon Weir
The webinar reviewed the M&E Guidelines for Sex Workers, Men who have Sex with Men, & Transgender Populations and began a three-day discussion on the guidelines.
MEASURE Evaluation and USAID demonstrated how improved monitoring and evaluation contributes to improved health systems, country ownership, sustainability and improved health outcomes.
Discussion led by Sian Curtis, Gustavo Angeles, and Martha Skiles
The webinar reviewed key issues in impact evaluation and began a week-long, virtual discussion on the topic between the MEET and GEMNet-Health communities.
Discussion led by Anastasia Gage
The webinar focused on a recent study on the effect of communication exposure and social influence on parents’ and guardians’ attitudes towards child marriage in Ethiopia.
Discussion led by Cristina de la Torre
The webinar introduced the Referral Systems Assessment and Monitoring Toolkit designed by MEASURE Evaluation for assessing and monitoring referral system functioning.
Discussion led by Jenifer Chapman
The Child Status Network webinar focused on an orphans and vulnerable children program evaluation toolkit developed to support PEPFAR-funded programs and in large part, to fulfill the aims presented in the USAID Evaluation Policy.
Lessons from the Field: How to Address Implementation Challenges of Organizational Strengthening Projects
Discussion led by Ummuro Adano and Yadira Almodóvar-Díaz
A webinar from the CEEME Community of Practice provided an overview of the project development cycle frequently used in organizational strengthening efforts. Presenters used a case study to highlight some typical implementation challenges and identify potential solutions and ways to prevent them.
Discussion led by Bridgit Adamou
A MEASURE Evaluation PRH webinar presenting the Guide to Monitoring Scale-up of Health Practices and Interventions and discussing key considerations for monitoring scale-up.
Discussion led by Dr. Richard Hard, King's College London
A study conducted under MEASURE Evaluation by Dr. Harding and colleagues at King’s College London identified and characterized the prevalence and management of pain among HIV outpatients in PEPFAR sites in Kenya and Uganda.
Discussion led by Nicole Judice and Liz Snyder
Countries can use the Framework for Monitoring and Evaluating Efforts to Reposition Family Planning to monitor and evaluate progress in the policy and advocacy process to increase political and financial commitment for family planning.
Discussion led by James Stewart
MEASURE Evaluation PRH addresses how GIS data linking can help improve family planning and reproductive health program decision making. Participants discuss results of a 2011 case study in Rwanda to assess the utility of a GIS to link, visualize, and analyze multi-sectoral data for FP/RH decision making.
Discussion led by Shelah Bloom, Suzanne Maman, Elly Arnoff, and Lauren Hill
This discussion covers evaluation of the Women’s Justice and Empowerment Initiative (WJEI) implementation. Researchers conducted intensive field studies in Benin and Kenya and document reviews with telephone interviews in South Africa and Zambia.
Discussion led by Dr. Katherine Andrinopoulos, an Assistant Professor at Tulane University, John Hembling, M&E Specialist, and Tory M. Taylor, M&E Specialist.
This discussion focuses on selected experiences measuring ethnic and sexual identity constructs as part of health research.
Discussion led by Tory M. Taylor
This webinar introduces a tool to assist project managers in conducting effective Performance Management Plan (PMP) reviews. The tool is a brief, comprehensive checklist that provides feedback to implementing partners and covers essential elements of a comprehensive PMP.
Discussion led by Dr. Sharon Weir, MEASURE Evaluation, and Professor Peter Figueroa, University of the West Indies, Jamaica
Presentation on the PLACE method and how it has been used for HIV/STI surveillance, behavioral surveillance, program monitoring, size estimation of most-at-risk populations, and program planning.
Discussion led by Lucie Cluver, Oxford University and Young Carers Project
The Child Status Network discusses how to involve young people, especially HIV-positive young people, in research about orphans and other vulnerable children.
Discussion led by Mari Hickman and Kelley McCreery Bunkers
This Child Status Network reviews best practices to monitor and evaluate social protection systems and child protection systems, while highlighting priority areas for continued dialogue and development.
Discussion led by Jen Curran
The Child Status Network to discusses the mapping of orphans and vulnerable children program data for decision making.
Discussion led by Ilene Speizer, Jack Hazerjian, and Laili Irani
This webinar provides instruction on the use of the Measurement, Learning, & Evaluation Project's capacity building tool kit, Measuring Success: Using Data for Health Program Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation.
Discussion led by Dawne Walker
A Child Status Network webinar on the Community Trace and Verify tool and a participatory M&E approach, both applied in Tanzania.
Discussion led by Ummuro Adano
Presentation on the experiences, results and lessons learned from the CEEME seminar conducted January 30 – February 3, 2012.
Discussion led by Nicole Judice and Dauda Sulaiman Dauda
Bringing data users and producers together, applying tools to improve data use, and training health professionals in data-informed decision making cannot be sustained unless mechanisms are put in place to ensure that host organizations are supportive and committed to continued data use.
Data Demand and Use Series 7 of 8: Performance of Routine Information System Management (PRISM) Framework
Discussion led by Natasha Kanagat
The PRISM framework consists of four tools to assess Routine Health Information System (RHIS) performance; identify technical, behavioral and organizational factors that affect RHIS; aid in designing priority interventions to improve performance; and improve quality and use of routine health data.
Discussion led by Tara Nutley
The Framework for Linking Data with Action assists program managers and policy makers link upcoming decisions with the data sources that can inform them.
Discussion led by Nicole Judice
The 7 Steps to Improve HIV/AIDS Programs Guide presents concrete steps and illustrative examples that can be used to facilitate the use of information as a part of the decision-making processes guiding program design, management and service provision in the health sector.
Discussion led by Tara Nutley
The Data Demand and Use Training Materials increase the skills of M&E officers and health program staff to conduct data analysis, interpretation, presentation and use for health program improvement.
Discussion led by Tara Nutley and Molly Cannon
Assessment of Constraints to Data Use is a rapid assessment tool designed to identify barriers and constraints that inhibit effective practices in data use.
Discussion led by Erik Geers
The Information Use Map assesses and identifies opportunities for improved data use and feedback mechanisms for stakeholders across different levels of the health system.
Discussion led by Molly Cannon
The Stakeholder Engagement tool helps ensure that the appropriate stakeholders in decision processes have been identified and involved.
Discussion led by Dr. Sian Curtis
Tensions arise when implementing M&E interventions and discussing options for resolving them. Dr. Sian Curtis places these experiences in the context of current global discussions related to country ownership and health systems strengthening.
Discussion led by Elizabeth Snyder, Jen Chapman, and Molly Cannon
Discussion on findings of a Child Status Index (CSI) Usage Assessment conducted by MEASURE Evaluation and new CSI usage guidance to be shared.