Global Learning /M&E

Monitoring, evaluation and research are important accompanying components for public health programming. However, resources may not always be available especially in resource-limited settings. Over the years, ACCESS-FP and MCHIP accumulate valuable experiences in using  data collection platforms where possible, measuring process and outcome in a highly relevant, cost-efficient manner, and conducting special studies as needed when implementing PPFP programs.

In this section of the toolkit, a recommended set of performance and outcome indicators for varies PPFP program are included. Qualitative and quantitative methodologies based on epidemiological sampling models, participatory appraisals, and country-specific data collection tools  can also be found under country examples.