Guiding Principles
MEASURE Evaluation Phase III
1. Respect that the ultimate purpose of collecting data is
their use in po...
Result 6
Increased
facilitation of
use of health,
population, and
nutrition data.
MEASURE Evaluation Phase III Activity Ob...
Data Use Cycle
MEASURE Evaluation Phase III
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USAID Perspectives on Monitoring and Evaluation and Health Information Needs and Progress in the Last Five Years

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Presented by Krista Stewart as part of a panel of speakers at the MEASURE Evaluation End-of-Phase-III Event.

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USAID Perspectives on Monitoring and Evaluation and Health Information Needs and Progress in the Last Five Years

  1. 1. Guiding Principles MEASURE Evaluation Phase III 1. Respect that the ultimate purpose of collecting data is their use in policy, formulation, program planning, monitoring and evaluation 2. Foster and reinforce host-country ownership of collection, analysis, presentation and use of data 3. Partner strategically with key stakeholders 4. Achieve best possible balance among the priorities of host-country counterparts, the in-country U.S. Government Team, and USAID/Washington 5. Select from a variety of methods to ensure high quality data at an affordable cost 6. Build capacity
  2. 2. Result 6 Increased facilitation of use of health, population, and nutrition data. MEASURE Evaluation Phase III Activity Objective Improved collection, analysis and presentation of data to promote better use in planning, policymaking, managing, monitoring and evaluating population, health and nutrition programs. Result 1 Increased user demand for quality information, methods, and Tools for decision making. Result 2 Increased in- country Individual and institutional technical/ managerial capacity and resources for the identification of data needs and the collection, analysis and communication of appropriate information to meet those needs. Result 3 Increased collaboration and coordination in efforts to obtain and communicate population, health, and nutrition data in areas of mutual interest. Result 4 Improved design and implementation of the information gathering process including tools, methodologies, and technical guidance to meet users’ needs. Result 5 Increased availability of population, health and nutrition data, analyses, methods and tools. Activity Objective & Results
  3. 3. Data Use Cycle MEASURE Evaluation Phase III

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