The Monitoring and Evaluation course is being implemented by ADAM project a consortium of four organizations i.e. AMREF (lead partner), Danya International, Afri Afya and ICF Macro Known collectively as the ADAM consortium. The purpose of the ADAM project is to strengthen the capacity of Health Care Workers in Kenya to collect and use surveillance data and manage national HIV/AIDS projects by expanding HIV/STI/TB surveillance projects and strengthening laboratory support for surveillance, diagnosis, treatment, disease monitoring and HIV screening for blood safety. The project also develops and support implementation of monitoring and evaluation strategies and tools to track programmatic activities and report for decision making and projects improvement.
This is a one month course that will be offered to Health Care Workers free of charge as it’s fully sponsored by CDC. ADAM project is implementing this project on behalf of NASCOP.
The purpose of this course is to enable the health Care Workers to acquire in-depth
Knowledge and competencies in monitoring and evaluation in Health care systems. The course is designed to enable the health care workers to understand the basic concepts in Monitoring and evaluation of HIV programming which can be replicated in all other health care programs.
Course Expected Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, the Health Care Workers should be able to:
- HCW will Understand and be able to implement monitoring and evaluation activities within their service delivery points.
- Reporting rate, completeness and accuracy of data will be enhanced.
- Data will be used for decision making.
- Health care system will have a strong data management system
Provider - University of Nairobi
Format - Online
Cost - Not specified
Duration - 1 month
Focus areas - Introductory
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