Data on a Dime: Designing an Effective Monitoring & Evaluation Strategy on a Budget
The Safe Mothers, Safe Babies ia maternal, newborn, and child health (MNCH) program in Uganda.
This page explains the monitoring and evaluation plan developed by the program with their limited resources.
- Evaluation Costing
- Agencies Need to Get Savvy about Low-cost Program Evaluation
- Using Routinely Collected Data for Monitoring and Evaluating Social and Behavior Change Programs
- Are Messaging Apps and Emoji-Driven M&E a Game-Changing Innovation?
- Lessons for Health Program Monitoring and Evaluation in a Low Resource Setting
- Rigorous Program Evaluations on a Budget
- Making Content Meaningful: A Guide to Adapting Existing Global Health Content for Different Audiences
- Informing Social and Behavior Change Programs using Social Listening and Social Monitoring
- Community-Led Monitoring
- The Echo Platform
- How the Echo Platform Helped Drive and Monitor Behavior Change amongst Low-income Teenage Girls
- Your Child's Health Depends on You
- Community Dialogues for Child Health
- Is Contraceptive Self-injection Cost-effective Compared to Contraceptive Injections from Facility-Based health Workers? Evidence from Uganda
- Strategic Design of Mass Media to Promote Breastfeeding