Building Country- Owned and Led M&E Systems: Development of NOP-II


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Presented at the Nigeria MEASURE Evaluation End-of-Phase-III Event in June 2014.

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  • M&E plans --- Nigeria National Response Information Management System Operational Plan –II, National Health M&E framework, National OVC M&E framework, M&E plan for Lagos, Anambra and Kano states
    Requests for TA: NPHCDA (M&E training), Kaduna and Kebbi states for DQA, NHIS, Oyo state for M&E plan, Federal Ministry of Education
    Assessment of M&E system reports at national and states
  • Building Country- Owned and Led M&E Systems: Development of NOP-II

    1. 1. Building Country- Owned and Led M&E Systems: Development of NOP-II Kola’ Oyediran Dr. Kayode Ogungbemi MEASURE Evaluation End-of-Phase III Meeting, June 18, 2014
    2. 2. Outline of Session  Guiding principles of viable country ownership  Experience Sharing – NACA
    3. 3. UNAIDS “Organizing Framework for a Functional National HIV M&E System”
    4. 4. Situating Sustainable Country Ownership People, Partnerships and Planning
    5. 5. What does it mean to have a sustainable, country-owned M&E system?
    6. 6.  National and 6 states HIV/AIDS M&E systems assessments conducted  Facilitated establishment of intra and inter Ministries, Departments and agencies coordination mechanism working/groups (national and 3 states)  5 instances of requests for MEASURE Evaluation to support M&E activities
    7. 7.  6 M&E system related plans developed  7 MDAs and states requested technical assistance for their M&E interventions  Supported the development of 8 documents for system strengthening
    8. 8.  Participants at MEASURE Evaluation workshop demonstrated independent M&E capacity  2 Universities running short-course in M&E  In Kano state, an M&E unit was added to DPRS of Ministry of Health by the Government
    9. 9.  Collaborated with NACA and stakeholders for regular joint Data Quality Audits  Supported FMWASD in standardizing OVC data collection instruments  In 3 states, information products developed with state stakeholders
    10. 10. Painting to Brush Strokes The National Agency for the Control of AIDS stories…
    11. 11. Illustrative Example: The Road to a Nigeria National Response Information Management System- II (NOP-II)
    12. 12. Working with MEASURE Evaluation
    13. 13. HOW WE DEVELOPED NOP-II?  Assessment of national HIV/AIDS information system – 12 components  Buy-in from stakeholders  Setting –up of steering committee and technical working groups  Technical meetings and workshops
    14. 14.  Stakeholders’ validation meetings  Finalizations of NOP-II  Printing and dissemination  Next steps or wayforward HOW WE DEVELOPED NOP-II?
    15. 15. Stakeholders  National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA)  National HIV Division (NASCP), Federal Ministry of Health  Orphans and Vulnerable Division, Federal Ministry of Women’s Affairs and Social Development  Federal Ministry of Education  Federal Ministry of Defense  Sub-national levels – represented by six states
    16. 16. Stakeholders  Nigeria Business Coalition Against AIDS (NIBUCAA)  Civil Society for HIV/AIDS in Nigeria (CiSHAN)  Development Partners --- UN-systems, DfID, World Bank, USG and implementing partners
    17. 17. Stakeholders’ Decision  ThroughTWG  Provided oversight roles  Secretariat coordinated by NACA
    18. 18. Stakeholders’ Validation meeting
    19. 19. Some Key outcomes of working with MEASURE Evaluation Improved linkages and coordination of stakeholders—TWG Developed M&E system related plans—NOP-II Supported in the development of documents for system strengthening—Supportive supervision Improved availability and use of quality data
    20. 20. Some Key outcomes of working with MEASURE Evaluation Capacity building Implementation of national HIV/AIDS status assessment Institutionalizing M&E courses in two- universities Working at the state level—Anambra, Kano and Lagos
    21. 21. THANK YOU! MEASURE Evaluation is a MEASURE project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development and 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. Views expressed in this presentation do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the U.S. Government. MEASURE Evaluation is the USAID Global Health Bureau's primary vehicle for supporting improvements in monitoring and evaluation in population, health and nutrition worldwide. Visit us online at 24