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Addis Ababa University will establish itself as a center of reference in M&E of PHN programs for Anglophone Africa.

Addis Ababa University will establish itself as a center of reference in M&E of PHN programs for Anglophone Africa.

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  • Building Institutional Capacity in M&E Training at Addis Ababa University Anastasia J. Gage, PhD
  • MEASURE Evaluation Result 2 “ Increased in-country individual and organizational technical capacity and resources for the identification of data needs and the collection, analysis, and communication of appropriate information to meet those needs.”
  • Partnership Goals & Objectives
    • Addis Ababa University (AAU) will establish itself as a center of reference in M&E of PHN programs for Anglophone Africa.
      • Strengthen institutional capacity to provide in-service M&E training for Anglophone Africa by September 2008
      • Build capacity of AAU to address in-country needs for M&E by September 2008
  • Background of AAU-MEASURE Evaluation Collaboration
    • Three-week workshop in M&E of PHN programs
    • Targets mid-level health and population M&E officers
    • Two departments at AAU
      • Department of Community Health (now SPH)
      • Population Studies and Research Center (PSRC)
    • Core-funded activity
  • MEASURE Evaluation Support to AAU
    • Training-of-trainer workshops (2)
    • Generic workshop materials for adaptation (curriculum, M&E tools, relevant publications, etc.)
    • Technical support and oversight to maintain quality & integrity of curriculum
    • Opportunities for AAU faculty to observe and participate in other MEASURE Evaluation M&E workshops
  • MEASURE Evaluation Support Cont’d
    • Short-term visiting instructors to team-teach with AAU faculty
    • Logistical support for Regional Anglophone Africa M&E workshops
    • Funding for 2-5 fellowships for workshop participants per year
    • Creation of Institutional Capacity Building Plan for M&E
  • Institutional Capacity Building Plan
    • Conduct stakeholders meeting & capacity needs assessment
      • Identify strengths & gaps in institutional M&E capacity
      • Define collaboration goals & performance expectations
      • Identify benchmarks, next steps, timeline
    • Develop joint AAU-MEASURE Evaluation institutional capacity building plan
      • To support strengthening of AAU capacity in M&E training and activities in sustainable way
      • To create blue print for monitoring and evaluating the collaboration
  • Achievements
    • Increase in sessions taught by AAU (without MEASURE Evaluation) at Regional Anglophone Africa M&E of PHN workshop
      • 2005 = 29% + 21% by AAU-invited speakers
      • 2006 = 29% + 29% by AAU-invited speakers
      • 2007 = 79%
    • Increase in overall workshop rating (maximum of 10 points):
      • 2006 = 8.2
      • 2007 = 8.6
  • 72 Participants from 14 Countries, 2005-2007 Djibouti Gambia 2005: 23 2006: 23 2007: 26
  • Achievements Cont’d
    • AAU organization of M&E workshop for Ethiopia MOH TB officers working at national and regional levels in 2006
    • Development of M&E track by AAU in its MPH program (ongoing)
    • Creation of permanent M&E training coordinator position by AAU in 2007
  • Summary
    • As a result of MEASURE Evaluation assistance
      • AAU has moved from implementing the M&E workshop with significant TA to implementing the workshop with limited TA
      • DCH & PSRC faculty are well-trained in M&E
      • AAU is introducing an M&E track in its MPH program
      • AAU is providing M&E support to Ethiopian MOH