In this 4th episode of our M&E series, we will be talking about how to make the best with what you have: Monitoring Project/Programs effectively with our guest, Jennifer Winestock Luna
In this 3rd episode of our M&E series, we address the following questions: Is everyone using the same definition of M&E? What exactly is being evaluated, and how? What needs to be done when you conduct an evaluation? What must be done when your own project gets evaluated?
This podcast is the 2nd in a series on the topic of Monitoring and Evaluation in Global Health. In this episode, we will be trying to address the question: Why does The Foreign Assistance Accountability and Transparency Act of 2016 matter in Global Health?
This podcast is the 1st in a series on the topic of Monitoring and Evaluation in global health. Here we try take a general look at the state of M&E today and ask the question: What can be done to improve M&E in global health?
This podcast episode will discuss what global health professionals can do to improve effectiveness, with authors of Chapter 26, Aaron Pied and Elvira Beracochea.
This podcast will discuss the idea of Asking Effective, Powerful Questions with author of chapter 24, Dianna Crouse.
In this podcast we speak with author Gina Stracuzzi about the importance of telling one’s story and why personalizing health communications can be so effective.
In this podcast episode we will discuss the Effectiveness of the Census-Based Impact Orientated Approach with author of chapter 21, Dr. Henry B. Perry.
In this podcast we talk with co-author Eric Munoz and talk about food aid, experiences from his work with Oxfam America, and why food aid is important when looking at aid effectiveness in health.
In this podcast, Dr. Padmini Murthy and Dr. Amy Ansehl explain evidence based theory and the role academia and its research has on improving aid delivery.
In today’s podcast we will be talking about Aid Effectiveness in Working With Private Sector Health Organizations with author of chapter 11, Juan Carlos Negrette.
In this Podcast we will be talking about Scaling up of high impact interventions, with co-authors of chapter 10, Dr. Rashad Massoud and Nana Mensah Abrampah.
In this podcast, we speak with Cristina de Nicolas Izquierdo about the importance of civil society and the role of the Global Fund.
In this podcast, we will talk about Assessing the Effectiveness of Health Projects with author George F. Grob.
In this podcast, we will talk about The US Government’s efforts to improve Effectiveness, with author Carl Mabbs-Zeno.
In this podcast episode, we will be talking about assessing and promoting more progress in health, the role of health as a tracer sector at the OECD with author of chapter 4, Elisabeth Sandor.
In today’s podcast we continue our look at what is effectiveness, and how to measure it. Specifically, we will be discussing Effective health systems, with author and co-host: Elvira Beracochea.
In this podcast, we start our look at what is effectiveness, and how to measure it. Specifically, we will be discussing global health and aid effectiveness: the MDG’s and the Paris declaration with author and co-host: Elvira Beracochea.