GH Pro conducted an endline evaluation of USAID’s Maternal Child Survival Program (MCSP-MNCH) to assess if it had achieved its objectives and planned outputs, as stated in its program description, in Nigeria’s Ebonyi and Kogi states. Five questions evaluated increases in access and utilization of reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health interventions; gender-transformative strategies; sustainability; the program’s learning agenda vis-à-vis the Nigerian government’s learning needs; and use of program data.
Une évaluation de l'Enquête Continue au Sénégal (ECS) (Enquête Démographique et Sanitaire Continue [EDS-Continue] et Évaluation Continue sur la Prestation des Services [EPCS]) a été menée entre avril et septembre 2018 pour déterminer si elle a atteint ses objectifs d'accroître l'utilisation des données probantes dans les politiques et de renforcer l'appropriation nationale et la capacité en matière de conception, de réalisation, d'analyse et de diffusion des enquêtes.
At the request of USAID/Benin, the Global Heath Program Cycle Improvement Project (GH Pro) and the Population Research and Training Center (Centre de Formation et de Recherche en matière de Population or CEFORP) conducted a large-scale household health survey in 10 health zones across Benin over the period from August 7 to August 19, 2018, as part of the implementation process for the Package of High-Impact Interventions in Communities/Paquet d’Intervention à Haut Impact Communautaire (PIHI-Com).
Cette évaluation avait pour buts d’examiner le Programme bilatéral intégré de santé familiale au Bénin (IFHP) financé par l'USAID et de procéder à une évaluation des résultats obtenus à ce jour à travers le Projet de réduction de la morbidité et de la mortalité causées par le paludisme (ARM3).
An evaluation of the Senegal Continuous Survey (SCS) (Continuous Demographic & Health Survey [CDHS] and Continuous Service Provision Assessment [CSPA]) was conducted between April and September 2018 to assess whether it achieved its objectives to increase evidence use in policy and to strengthen national ownership and capacity for survey design, implementation, analysis, and dissemination.
This report is an external assessment of the USAID-funded technical assistance (TA) on strengthening routine immunization (RI) programs under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Bauchi and Sokoto State Governments and the Bill & Melinda Gates and Dangote Foundations. In January-February 2018, an external team assessed the TA provided by the USAID-funded Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP)-RI. The team also visited Kaduna and Kano States where RI programming is being developed under a MOU between those States and the Foundations.
This performance evaluation assesses progress in the five-year, $70 million Supporting Operational AIDS Research (SOAR) Project. The report addresses the following evaluation questions: What types of research are being conducted by the Project? How timely have they been? What are the key best practices from the implementation phase? What is the effectiveness of the Research Utilization strategy of the Project and how well has this strategy been implemented?
This midterm performance evaluation of the Community Health and Improved Nutrition (CHAIN) Project was conducted to provide USAID stakeholders and the Government of Rwanda (GOR) with an assessment of how CHAIN’s multi-sectoral design and coordination and collaboration (C&C) model have functioned to date and recommend ways to improve them.
This evaluation examines the evidence on the effectiveness and scalability of the Health of the People and Environment in the Lake Victoria Basin (HoPE-LVB) model of integrated population, health, and environment (PHE) community development in Kenya and Uganda. The project aimed to increase access to sexual and reproductive health services and improve maternal and child health care practices while reducing threats to biodiversity conservation in project communities.
Led by EngenderHealth, the USAID Tanzania Responding to the Need for Family Planning
through Expanded Contraceptive Choices and Program Services (RESPOND) Project was
implemented as a five-year project, from November 2012 through October 2017, with a budget
ceiling of US$ 42 million. Working in 110 districts in four regional areas (Mwanza, NW; Arusha,
NE; Iringa, SW; and Coast, SE), the purpose of RESPOND was to increase the use of family
planning (FP) and reproductive health services, with a focus on long-acting and reversible