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Outcome Mapping as a monitoring and evaluation tool in the Ecohealth Field Building Leadership Initiative in Southeast Asia

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Poster by Giang Thu Huong Pham, Tung Xuan Dinh, H. Malee and H. Nguyen-Viet presented at the 10-year anniversary of the Veterinary Public Health Center for Asian Pacific conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2-6 July 2013.

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Outcome Mapping as a monitoring and evaluation tool in the Ecohealth Field Building Leadership Initiative in Southeast Asia

  1. 1. Outcome Mapping as a Monitoring and Evaluation tool in the Ecohealth Field Building Leadership Initiative in South East Asia 1,2 3 4 1,4,5 Giang Thi Huong Pham , Tung Xuan Dinh , Hein Mallee , Hung Nguyen-Viet 1 Center for Public Health and Ecosystem Research (CENPHER), Hanoi School of Public Health (HSPH), pthg@hsph.edu.vn 2 Vietnam Public Health Association (VPHA) 3 Vietnam National Institute of Animal Science 4 Research Institute for Humanity and Nature 5 Swiss Tropical and Public Health (Swiss TPH) & International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) Introduction The Field Building Initiative Leadership Initiative (FBLI) in South East Asia is a 5 year Ecohealth program, consisting of three interlinked components: i) research ii) capacity building and iii) knowledge translation. We present here the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework for the (FBLI) using Outcome Mapping (OM) - a M&E concept focusing on one specific type of result: outcomes as behavioral change. We describe the process of monitoring used in the FBLI program i.e. how proposed tools such as detailed monitoring and the quarterly bulletin, the self-reflection tool and OM are integrated to monitor and evaluate the expected outputs. What the program’s varying hopes and expectations are laid out in the project proposal as what we would love to see, like to see and expect to see in the field of Ecohealth building in South East Asia. Proposed OM process for the FBLI Reporting system Consortium partners The IDRC A well-established field of Ecohealth in the SEA region that is sustainable, institutionalized, influential, supported Ecohealth research, Capacity building and knowledge translation Regional Core Group( RCG) FBLI- Coordinating Unit (CU) Boundary partners in each country partners of the FBLI are identified Identify outcome challenges What changes have the boundary partners have undergone to which the FBLI has contributed and how that changes came Group of partners for collaborative research component Group of partners for collaborative Capacity Building component Group of partners for Knowledge Translation component M&E Framework Detailed monitoring and quarterly bulletin – an update and a progress tracker for each activity of the program will be internally shared electronically to all the RCG and country team members of FBLI and IDRC. OM tool shared with country team The OM tool is implemented at country level and regional level The OM tool is implemented at country level and regional level Self-reflection, an informal and participatory evaluation, implemented yearly is a joint effort to generate and reveal dynamics and outcomes created by the members of the network and to facilitate a self-reflection process among all FBLI members building up the track records of FBLI in participatory and self-reflective way. Partners Outcome Mapping including key indicators to measure progress toward program outcomes is being developed by the Coordinating Unit of the project, with support from an international consultant and with collaboration with the RCG members. Donor Contact: Coordinating Unit – FBLI in SEA Center for Public Health and Ecosystem Research (CENPHER) - Hanoi School of Public Health, 138 Giang Vo, Ba Dinh, Hanoi, Vietnam T: +844 6266 3162 | F: +844 6266 3172 | E: fbli@hsph.edu.vn | W: www.cenpher.hsph.edu.vn

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