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Project Update Fall 2009
 

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    Project Update Fall 2009 Project Update Fall 2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Project Update: Fall 2009
    • Overview
      2009 Portfolio Review
      End of Task Order and Phase II
      Global Health Initiative
    • 2009 Portfolio Review
    • 2009 Portfolio Review: Bureau-Wide Portfolio
      Regional capacity to provide M&E training increased thereby increasing access to and sustainability of local M&E training
      First national post-census mortality survey identifies leading causes of death for key population subgroups in Mozambique
      Global exchange of best practices and lessons learned in use of data to improve programs and polices strengthened.
      PRISM tools contribute to leveraging of resources for successful health information systems strengthening initiatives in the LAC Region
      Experience with PRISM and HMN Assessment tools serve as model for HIS strengthening in the LAC Region
    • 2009 Portfolio Review: HIV/AIDS
      New Virtual Leadership Development Program launched for HIV/AIDS M&E teams
      African UN-Member states commit to linking health and mapping efforts.
      Findings from study of adherence among patients in antiretroviral therapy (ART) programs in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa highlights constraints to maintaining adherence to ART
    • 2009 Portfolio Review: HIV/AIDS
      Evaluations of Four Programs Supporting OVC in Kenya and Tanzania focus on Child and Caregiver Outcomes
      The Salvation Army in Tanzania strengthens its M&E systems for community-based programs based on CLPIR field test
      Three Inter-linked Patient Monitoring Systems for HIV care/ART, MCH/PMTCT and TB/HIV launched with WHO
    • 2009 Portfolio Review: HIDN
      LQAS baseline survey on child health outcomes in Nyanza and Western provinces of Kenya flags priority districts for health programming
      M&E plan developed for strengthening avian influenza detection and response in Egypt
      Study finds evidence of graded diagonal effects of intensive malaria scale up on ARI and Diarrhea management.
    • End of the Task Order and Phase II
    • Closing Out Phase II and TO
      Phase II ended September 2009
      Currently compiling EOP report
      Task Order ended March 2009
      165 of 185 deliverables completed (89%); Further 11 in final stages of review/production
      9 of 19 PMP targets met or exceeded
      More likely to meet process/output targets than outcome targets
    • Why did we not meet some targets?
      Some targets too ambitious - outcome targets (e.g. use of data) further from our control
      Inter-dependency between project results in demand-collection-use cycle
      Challenge of measuring outcomes in our area of work
      Reporting burden of evidence-based narratives
    • Evaluating M&E and HIS
      More attention needed on measuring and documenting outcomes relevant to M&E/HIS
      Educate on M&E/HIS strengthening as a health systems intervention – not just about reporting
      Streamline and simplify results reporting process within project
      Prior planning and more support for M&E within the project
      Critical component of our global leadership role
    • Global Health Initiative
    • Global Health Initiative
      Announced May 2009 by President Obama - $63 billion over 6 years
      HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria + MCH, FP, neglected tropical diseases
      Five cross-cutting approaches
      Woman-centered programming
      Strategic integration and coordination
      Country ownership
      Sustainability and health systems strengthening
      Improved metrics, monitoring and evaluation
    • What might this mean for us?
      Increased emphasis on evaluation – increase knowledge of what works in public health
      Health systems strengthening (HSS)
      Health system interventions in global programs
      HIS as a component of HSS
      Institutional capacity building and sustainability
      Increasing integration and/or linkages between vertical M&E systems and national systems
      M&E of gender issues in public health programs
      M&E of integrated programs, including referral systems
    • Current Opportunities
      Several brief concepts developed for current funds in evaluation and emerging areas e.g.
      Gender and M&E
      Research agenda on HIS and HSS
      Referral indicators and organizational networks
      Evaluation of country M&E systems strengthening
      Year 3 work plan – core and field
      Planning starting now – ideas welcome
    • Conclusions
      Congratulations and Thank You for a highly productive and successful end to Phase II and TO and smooth transition to Phase III
      Potential new opportunities with Global Health Initiative – details emerging but opportunities for new ideas now
      Global leadership needed on evaluating M&E and HIS interventions – well-placed to provide it
    • MEASURE Evaluation is funded by the U.S. Agency for
      International Development and is implemented by the
      Carolina Population Center at the University of North
      Carolina at Chapel Hill in partnership with Futures Group
      International, ICF Macro, John Snow, Inc., Management
      Sciences for Health, and Tulane University. The views
      expressed in this presentation do not necessarily reflect
      the views of USAID or the United States Government.