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Project Plan Template and Guidance

Representatives from both sides of the partnership should be involved as it documents changes you want to achieve, how you will achieve them & importantly, how you will track and assess your achievements. All these elements need input from key people involved in project implementation including monitoring & evaluation.

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The value of data

Dr Lisk, UK Health Partnership Coordinator, describes data gathering for project M&E from Epilepsy Association of Sierra Leone clinics, health centres, and hospitals. The data relate to basic patient characteristics, clinic attendance, anti-epileptic medication distribution, anti-epileptic medication intake, adherence to treatment plans & effects of epilepsy on women.

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Monitoring Change in a Health Partnership Project

The partnership between The Kambia Appeal and Kambia District Health Management Team in Sierra Leone explain their approach to monitoring and evaluation. This practical guide is for health partnerships who want to enhance their approach to monitoring change.

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Monitoring and Evaluation

Health Partnership Symposium on Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning: 1st March 2017. The event was attended by 90 global health actors including health partnership representatives from 14 countries and the donor community.

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Project Monitoring

This resource will help health partnerships to plan their monitoring & evaluation activities with reference to the context they’re working in & with a strong awareness of their stakeholder audiences. This workshop was delivered by THET in 2012.

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Outcomes Measurement

Outcomes: what they are and how to approach measuring them in a health partnership project. This resource walks through the different types of challenges that partnerships may face in gathering data that demonstrates outcomes.

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Monitoring change in a health partnership project

The partnership between The Kambia Appeal and Kambia District Health Management Team in Sierra Leone explain their approach to monitoring and evaluation. This practical guide is for health partnerships who want to enhance their approach to monitoring change.

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After Action Review

An After Action Review (AAR) is a simple process of group reflection for learning from experiences, with the goal of improving future performance.

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Toolkit for the collection of evidence of knowledge and skills gained through participation in a international health project.

This toolkit gives volunteers and local staff the opportunity to learn from each other to develop future practice – particularly in areas such as public health, primary care and community services, all of which are priority areas for the NHS.

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Health Partnership Publications

A spreadsheet listing publications produced throughout the Health Partnership Scheme.

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HPS Presentation Series – Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning

The third installment of our HPS Presentation Series looking at Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning in health partnerships.

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