PHFI and MEASURE Evaluation Collaboration: Partnership and Beyond

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PHFI and MEASURE Evaluation Collaboration: Partnership and Beyond

  1. 1. PHFI and MEASURE EvaluationCollaboration: Partnership and Beyond Dr. Abhay Saraf MBBS, MD, DHM Director Training Division & HSSU Program Director – CCEBDM Senior Public Health Specialist Adjunct Additional Professor Public Health Foundation of India, New Delhi
  2. 2. Highlights• Great Support, Mentoring and Capacity Building by MEASURE Evaluation• Timely guidance and handholding• Based on mutual trust and understanding• Unique and sustainable partnership
  3. 3. Training Division CompetenciesPresence in Assessmentfour states and (IIPH)* Need Based More than 100 nationally and Trainings internationally trained faculties One stop Solution Continuous Quality Improvement * PHFI is also having presence in Gwalior with Madhya Pradesh State Government
  4. 4. Continuous Quality Improvement in Training Programme Involvement Feedback on Communication of Area Exert Individual withTraining Need and Desk Session and Participants Assessment Review Training after Training Design and Participants’ Post Pre Training Delivery of Feedback Training Processes Training and Guidance Packages Evaluation
  5. 5. Training Division, PHFI: Performance30000 100 92 9025000 80 7020000 59 6015000 50 23898 36 4010000 27 18618 30 4996 11219 20 5000 3367 3177 10 1152 5863 0 0 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 (Till August) Participants Trained Training Person Days No. of Trainings
  6. 6. Progress of Partnership with MEASURE Evaluation• Partnership Started – October, 2009• Capacity Building of PHFI Trainers/ Faculty – ToT on Monitoring and Evaluation – ToT on GIS• Regional Workshop jointly by PHFI and MEASURE Evaluation – Monitoring and Evaluation for HIV/AIDS Programmes (Two) – Monitoring and Evaluation for Population, Health and Nutrition Programmes (Three) – GIS Application in Public Health (One) – Impact Evaluation (One)• Publications related to partnership are in pipeline
  7. 7. Partnership Scale UpCapacity Building of PHFI Workshop Jointly conducted by PHFI and MEASURE Evaluation Regional Workshop Participants ParticipatingTraining Participants CountriesToT on 11 22 8 Impact EvaluationMonitoring andEvaluation M and E of HIV and AIDS 23 9ToT on GIS 21 Programmes M and E of PHN 29 7 Programmes GIS Application in Public 26 10 Health M and E of PHN 21 9 Programmes M and E of HIV and AIDS 18 8 Programmes M and E of PHN 20 10 Programmes Total 159 29
  8. 8. National Training on M&E Inclusion of M&E in National Training Replication at National Level Training Venue No Training Venue No Trained TrainedTraining in Assam 200 GIS Application in IIPH - Delhi 20Programme Public HealthManagement (7) Data Management Chhattisgarh 40Training in Arunachal 87 & Use for DecisionProgramme Pradesh MakingManagement (3) Training on IIPH – 19Public Health Meghalaya 25 Monitoring & GandhinagarManagement Evaluation ofInduction Training of IIPH - Delhi 21 Public HealthDistrict VBD ProgrammesConsultants Total 79Total 333
  9. 9. Business Development Plan Workshop• Participating Organizations – MEASURE Evaluation – MSH – PHFI• Attendees – Training Division Team, PHFI (11 Participants)• Venue – New Delhi, India• Duration – Six Days (30th March – 4th April, 2012) BP being submitted to DONORSPHFI will be conducting BDW for NGOs working in Livelihoodsfor Assam Government in September, 2012
  10. 10. Regional Workshops conducted under Partnership No. of Participants No. of Training Workshops140 6 5120 5100 480 360 2 115 240 1 1 120 34 22 20 0 0 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 (till August)
  11. 11. Evaluation Scores of Regional Workshops 9.06 M and E of PHN Programs (August, 2012) 8.21 8.32 9.22 M and E of HIV/AIDS Programs (February, 2012) 8.72 8.59 9.29 M and E of PHN Programs (November, 2011) 8.29 8.41 9.16 GIS Application in Public Health (October, 2011) 8.2 8.04 9.71 M and E of PHN Programs (June, 2011) 8.55 8.29 9.05 M and E of HIV/AIDS Programs (February, 2011) 8.32 8 7.3Impact Evaluation of PHN Programs (October, 2009) 7.54 7.52 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Administrative Score Overall Satisfaction Score Overall Workshop Score
  12. 12. Coverage of Regional Workshops on M&E
  13. 13. Country wise Participation in Regional WorkshopsS.No. Country Participants S.No. Country Participants 1 Afghanistan 24 16 Nigeria 1 2 Armenia 1 17 Pakistan 7 3 Bangladesh 10 18 Papua New Guinea 2 4 Cambodia 3 19 Philippines 2 5 Dominica 1 20 South Africa 1 6 Ethiopia 3 21 Sri Lanka 1 7 India 48 22 Thailand 3 8 Indonesia 8 23 China 2 9 Kazakhstan 2 24 Uganda 1 10 Kenya 3 25 Vietnam 3 11 Laopdr 3 26 Zambia 2 12 Morocco 1 27 Jordan 1 13 Mozambique 1 28 South Sudan 1 14 Myanmar 6 29 Rwanda 1 15 Nepal 17
  14. 14. Proposed Regional Workshops (2012-13)• International Workshop on GIS Application in Public Health (8th -12th October, 2012)• Impact Evaluation of Population, Health and Nutrition Programmes (March, 2013)• Routine Health Information System (May, 2013)• Monitoring & Evaluation of Population , Health and Nutrition Programmes (July, 2013)
  15. 15. M and E in Diploma Programs• Post-Graduate Diploma in Health Economics, Financing and Policy• M and E incorporated in syllabus• Fellowships to students• PGDPHM – MoH GOI Flagship Program
  16. 16. Public Health Research - M and E• Evaluation of NSSK Program [MoH GoI]• Evaluation of PGDPHM [WTP Grant]• Monitoring and Evaluation of CCEBDM Program [MSD Pharmaceuticals]• Several other initiatives………• GEMNET
  17. 17. Online Course on Monitoring & Evaluation and GIS• Increase in spectrum of information sharing• Certificate course on Monitoring & Evaluation and GIS• Online mode of certification• PHFI will be nodal agency with technical support of MEASURE Evaluation, USA
  18. 18. Public Health Education in India - Situation Analysis PHE_India_CSCO_SZ_16032012 18
  19. 19. MPH Programs• PHFI MPH Program – M and E Track• Strengthening M and E component of 23 MPH Institutions in India
  20. 20. Prospective Plan• Establishing Regional Center for Monitoring and Evaluation at Public Health Foundation of India, New Delhi – Performing Leadership role in M&E for South East Asia Region • Research • Capacity Building • Technical Assistance • Virtual Courses • Knowledge and information sharing
  21. 21. Testimonials“I’m currently working on some interesting data from various surveys in Nigeria where I’m comparing howhousehold income affects HIV prevalence, OVC, child mortality rate, current use of modern family planning andeducation in Nigeria. I’m looking at both State and regional level aggregations.The correlation analysis is so revealing and the maps will help do visual justice. Knowing that I’m speedilyimproving my skills on GIS, I will love to know of interesting individuals that is/are willing to work with me inperfecting these ecological maps.”• Mr. Adeyemo Austine, M&E Coordinator, Population Council, Nigeria (Participant: GIS Application in Public Health)“Thank you for building networking of GIS team. Really, the training was very productive. I have shared withmy senior about this open source GIS "QGIS" and they appreciated. We are going to install this software in thedistrict very soon.”• Ms. Sarita, Nepal (Participant: GIS Application in Public Health)“It’s been great interacting with you Ms. Sangeeta. Your modesty and your eagerness for learning were veryimpressive. I am sure you will go a long way. My knowledge and experience on data management is verylimited and I will look for opportunities to be in touch with you so that I can learn more about it.”• Ms. Ananya Goswami , India (Participant: M & E for PHN Programmes)“I really enjoyed the workshop. I feel like I have a solid foundation for using QGIS. I am excited to put it intopractice in my work.”• Ms. Lindsey Novak, Evaluation officer - 3ie, International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (Participant: GIS Application in Public Health)
  22. 22. Thank You

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