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CORE Group SPRING MEETING                  2012PSI’s CCMimpact Program       3 May, 2012      Wilmington, DE            Yv...
PROJECT FUNDED BY CIDA                         2
Program Overview                   3
Program Overview                 Cameroon             DRC                 Malawi            MaliTotal population 2.13 Mill...
Impact can only be achieved if we guaranteecontinuous access to the intervention: All the time             and Every commu...
Partner collaboration• TDR and the scientific oversight committee for the  impact evaluation• Save the Children also in Ma...
DRC PSI CIDA Program Overview
CCMImpact Program                                                             Rapport Trimestriel: RDCTrimestre 1 2012 DIS...
How are we collecting/using data• 25th /month: End of the month• 25-30: Report submission during the monthly  meeting: The...
How are we collecting/using data• PSI collecte the copies of all the IT reports  during the monthly meeting at the Zone(IT...
TIME FOR FEEDBACK• Monthly meetings• Training Supervision We improve the implementation based on the KPI report but also b...
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  1. 1. CORE Group SPRING MEETING 2012PSI’s CCMimpact Program 3 May, 2012 Wilmington, DE Yves CYAKAPopulation Services International 1
  2. 2. PROJECT FUNDED BY CIDA 2
  3. 3. Program Overview 3
  4. 4. Program Overview Cameroon DRC Malawi MaliTotal population 2.13 Million 1.51 Million 1.50 Million 2.3 MillioncoveredDiseases Malaria, Diarrhea Malaria, Malaria, Malariaaddressed Pneumonia, Pneumonia, Diarrhea DiarrheaProducts Prepackaged ACTs , Prepackaged ACTs, Prepackaged Prepackaged ORS/Zinc, ORS/Zinc, ACTs, ORS/Zinc, ACTs Antibiotics CotrimoxazoleImplementation 24 months, 18 24 months, 18 24 months, 18 24 months, noperiod month control in month control in month control control 50% of pop. 50% of pop. in 50% of pop.Evaluation Efficacy study TDR Evaluation NEP Logframe only ( INSS/PSI) 4
  5. 5. Impact can only be achieved if we guaranteecontinuous access to the intervention: All the time and Every community
  6. 6. Partner collaboration• TDR and the scientific oversight committee for the impact evaluation• Save the Children also in Malawi: Procurement and Distribution• MMV: packaging for Mali & Malawi;• MCHIP: CCM Indicators• MoH: NMCP, IMCI, Pharmacy department…• Local organization like INSS, …• Central Medical Stores (Mali & DRC) contract to store our drugs. 6
  7. 7. DRC PSI CIDA Program Overview
  8. 8. CCMImpact Program Rapport Trimestriel: RDCTrimestre 1 2012 DISTRICT PERIODE: JANVIER - MARS 2012SUD-UBANGI KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS PER ZONE DE SANTE ZONE Bwamanda Tandala Bokonzi Bangabola Mawuya Libenge Bulu Ndage Mbaya Sud Ubangi Population enf. 0 à 5 ans 15,959 19,282 10,779 10,681 16,385 17,474 10,784 11,447 6,613 119,404 au site1. Les mères denfants de 130 86 115 84 23 156 139 138 110 981moins de 5 conscients delintervention (N1= nombrede meres interrogees )% of CU5 who received 77% 82% 73% 89% 69% 81% 66% 67% 79% 68%antimalarial treatmentaccording to nationaltreatment policy within 24and 48 ( the same or nextday) (n1/N3*100)% of mothers/caregivers 100% 98% 100% 100% 91% 100% 100% 99% 100% 89%who cite community healthworker (CHW) as convenientsource of treatment(n2/N1*100)2. Formés, motivés et 99 91 82 62 33 136 97 77 46 723productifs ASC disponiblesquand lenfant est malade(N2=nombre de ASCsupervises)% of mothers/caregivers 100% 100% 100% 100% 91% 100% 100% 99% 99% 90%seeking care from acommunityhealth worker (CHW) whofound CHW (CHW available)(n3/N1*100)% cases of (a) Malaria,(b)pneumonia, (c) diarrhoeacorrectly managed 8( assessement ,
  9. 9. How are we collecting/using data• 25th /month: End of the month• 25-30: Report submission during the monthly meeting: The IT and the CHW review the report and discuss about the last month KPI report.• 30-05: IT submission (Summary reportof CHWs reports) report the MCZ and discuss about the last month KPI report 9
  10. 10. How are we collecting/using data• PSI collecte the copies of all the IT reports during the monthly meeting at the Zone(IT meetings)• Entry and analyse data• End report monthly in KPI format• Share the KPI report with MCZ for analysis and decision making to improve the management/ implementation of the project 10
  11. 11. TIME FOR FEEDBACK• Monthly meetings• Training Supervision We improve the implementation based on the KPI report but also based on the lessons learned during that period 11
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