Framework for M&E at country level of HTSP integration into routine newborn and child health

This tool provides guidelines on how to monitor and evaluate HTSP integration activities. Four key areas are highlighted: 1) Integrated or isolated materials (policy, protocols, curriculum, guidelines ..) developed/adapted; 2) Knowledge generation among target beneficiaries (mostly child bearing women 15-29 years old) through conference, media campaign and social mobilization, and provider-client interaction; 3) Building capacity of newborn and child health service providers through training, supervision, and coaching; and, 4) Increasing length of stay in the FP program of child bearing women NCH client and FP users. Specific indicators are suggested and defined, and targeted outputs/outcomes are identified. The guidelines also provide recommendations on data collection techniques and frequency of data collection.

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Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival (BASICS) Project