maternal and child health

Evaluation

Despite Hostile Terrain and Social Barriers - An Evaluation of the Better Health for Afghan Mothers and Children Project

The overall purpose of the final evaluation was to assess the extent of achievement of project objectives and to contribute to CSHGP’s learning on integrated community-oriented programming. Specific objectives were to assess the extent to which the project accomplished its objectives and targets, to describe key factors that contributed to what worked in the project and what did not, to inform future actions and contribute to global learning.

Evaluation

Nurturing the Mother-Child Dyad in an Urban Setting - Final Evaluation of the Hati Kami Project in Jakarta, Indonesia

The overall purpose of this evaluation was to assess the performance of the project at the end of four years of implementation, documenting results and the reasons for these results. This included testing the assumptions underlying the Results Framework, determining program impact, and identifying lessons learned in order to propose recommendations for future programming.

Evaluation

USAID/India Health of the Urban Poor Program Mid-Term Evaluation Report

In India, the urban poor are among the fastest growing and especially vulnerable sub-populations, having limited access to clean water, sanitation, and health care. Despite compelling need, urban health has not been a priority issue and receives less attention than rural health care.

Evaluation

Mid-Term Evaluation for Health, Agriculture and Nutrition Development for Sustainability (HANDS)

The Health, Agriculture and Nutrition Development for Sustainability (HANDS) program commenced in June 2010. HANDS operates in seven districts in Grand Gedeh County and ten districts in River Gee County, both situated in the southeastern part of Liberia. The MTE team held extensive interviews with stakeholders at all levels using a range of tools including in-depth interviews with 859 beneficiary households.

Report

Liberian Agricultural Upgrading, Nutrition and Child Health (LAUNCH) Baseline Report

In June 2010, ACDI/VOCA, signed a cooperative agreement with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to finance a five-year Multi Year Assistance Program (MYAP) entitled Liberian Agricultural Upgrading, Nutrition and Child Health (LAUNCH). Project Concern International (PCI), John Snow Incorporated (JSI), and Making Cents International (MCI), are subrecipients to ACDI/VOCA and are responsible for critical elements of the program.

Evaluation

Access to Clinical and Community Maternal, Neonatal and Women’s Health (ACCESS) / Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP)

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/Nigeria transferred field support funding annually, over the period January 2006 through February 2012, to two consecutive USAID/Washington centrally-funded projects, first, to the Access to Clinical and Community Maternal, Neonatal and Women’s Health Project (ACCESS) and subsequently, when ACCESS ended, to the Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP). The purpose of this final external evaluation is to assess achievements under the ACCESS/MCHIP Project relative to their objectives and indicators.

Evaluation

Targeted States High Impact Project (TSHIP) End-of-Project Evaluation Final Report

The Targeted States High Impact Project (TSHIP) is a six-year, $89,953,015 project which supported the integration of primary healthcare services to deliver maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) interventions and strengthen the health systems in Bauchi and Sokoto States. TSHIP supported USAID/Nigeria’s former Strategic Objective 13 (now Development Objective 4): Increased use of social sector services. TSHIP’s principle objective was to foster the use of high-impact interventions in the two focus states.

Evaluation

Target States High Impact Project - Mid-Term Evaluation

In 2009, the Targeted States High Impact Project (TSHIP), USAID/Nigeria’s flagship project, started improving the quality and delivery of a number of integrated high impact Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH), Family Planning (FP), and Reproductive Health (RH) interventions in two States, Bauchi and Sokoto in Nigeria. The TSHIP, along with other USG projects, is part of USAID/Nigeria’s “Focus State Strategy” designed to achieve impact at the State level.

Evaluation

Maternal Child Health Integrated Program Mozambique - End-Term Evaluation

The Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP) was implemented over the time-span of four years (April 2011-June 2015), its second phase in Mozambique. The program’s overall objective was to scaleup key Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH) interventions through an integrated approach aligned with the government of Mozambique’s efforts to reduce maternal, neonatal and infant mortality.