Monitoring and evaluation

Spread Collaborative for Tuberculosis Management in Cochabamba, Bolivia

Date improvement activities began: March, 2011 Date of end of collaborative: July, 2012 Aims/objectives: The collaborative sought to improve the quality and coverage of Tuberculosis (TB) control activities in Cochabamba, Bolivia, based on...

Improving Pharmaceutical Service in the Primary Healthcare Sector Through the Training of Pharmacist Assistants

Problem: South Africa (SA) has 5.63 million people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), 0.4 – 0.59million estimated TB cases reported per annum (according to the SA National Strategic plan 2012) 1 and 800 HIV related deaths per day. In order to...

Applying an Improvement Process to a Difficult Long-Term Problem of Gas Cylinder Supply Yields Positive Results for the Masaka District, Uganda

Problem: The Masaka District Health Office is the government administrative office which oversees health service delivery in the Masaka District. In addition to management of other health programs, this District Office is responsible for...

A Quality Improvement Approach Assists Health Systems to Develop Problem Solving Skills Focused on Routine Immunization: The ARISE-SI Project, Masaka, Uganda

Problem: African regions with relatively high (80%) routine iimmunization (RI) rates often have difficulties in sustaining these rates and reaching the WHO-recommended 90% rate or higher for herd immunity. It is especially difficult for...

Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria in the Riverine communities of Bayelsa state of Nigeria

Problem: The Problem: Monitoring and Evaluation of Malaria in the Riverine communities of Bayelsa state of Nigeria National Malaria Control Programme on Global Fund Round 8 (GFR8), is responsible for implementing activities that are...