Monitoring and Evaluating to Document the Health Improvements

Beginning in 2013, CDC designed and conducted Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) activities to assess the Maternal and Reproductive Health project’s contributions to reducing maternal and neonatal deaths and poor health outcomes in Kigoma.

There were four objectives for these activities:

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Collecting data for monitoring and evaluation

M&E Activities - Four Objectives
To document changes in the availability of EmONC care and the capacity of health care facilities to provide high quality care.

 

alert icon Documented using Health Facility Assessments

To examine changes in how much the women used the maternal and neonatal care and contraceptive services at the health facilities.

 

alert icon Documented using Reproductive Health Surveys, Pregnancy Outcomes Monitoring

To assess changes in the infrastructure and maternity care services at the health facilities.

 

alert icon Documented using Health Facility Assessments

To assess changes in the rates of pregnancy-related death and severe illness among mothers and newborns.

 

alert icon Documented using Pregnancy Outcomes Monitoring